Basically what the article above is saying is that people waste so much when they could be saving trillions of dollars. They claim that "Worldwide, governments, companies and families could be saving trillions of dollars by improving efficiency with cars that go farther on less fuel and improved appliances, light bulbs and factories, experts say." The world, I have to say, is trying to change and adjust so that we don't throw away this beautiful world. You'll notice "Go Green" in every local mall, and recycling bins everywhere, even in the classrooms at Marist. These little things that help spread awareness are what are really saving the world. The article continues to explain that "realizing those energy savings would be a huge boon to the climate, ease illness-causing air pollution, reduce many nations’ reliance on fuel imports and increase competitiveness by lowering costs, the advocates say. It creates jobs in fields like upgrading buildings, and is generally cheaper than the alternative of constructing new power plants and buying more energy, they argue." After reading this article I feel motivated to pursue the idea of saving the environment so that it can be a great world for generations to come.