3 results for tag: Natalie Ahearn
Talking to residents and members of the community about the Walnut Creek Saves program is an easy and fun way to get the word out and sign people up for consultations. However, with the limited amount of time we have to explain everything, some of it gets lost. In this article, Natalie Ahearn will explain some of those points that don’t get fully explained at our booths.
Natalie Ahearn's experience as a Walnut Creek Saves Conservation Coach has taught her communication skills and several different ways to save water and energy around her home. Talking to strangers during outreach events can be daunting, but learning to engage people in conversation and teaching individuals about our program in a short amount of time has helped her learn how to communicate more effectively. Read on to learn more about Natalie's experience as a Conservation Coach.
It’s no secret that when it comes to energy use in homes, people use a lot! Running the AC when it gets hot, heating the home when it gets too cold, drying loads of clothes, turning on lights, heating up water for a shower, using electronics, and much more contribute to both a householder’s monthly bills and greenhouse gas emissions. Aside from obvious habit changes, Natalie Ahearn will tell you how to save energy in your home.