Extending Daylight Saving Time Infographic

Mar 12, 2013

We increasingly hear arguments advocating for extending Daylight Saving Time year-round in the United States, mostly on an environmental basis: if DST saves energy, why not make it permanent, and thereby reduce national GHG emissions?

To follow up on Sylvie Trottier’s paper on the topic, Ecometrica has now produced an infographic to cover the main arguments of whether or not there is a case for extending Daylight Saving Time.

Click on the infographic to see a larger version:

Extending Daylight Saving Time

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