If we work harder at gains in efficiency, can’t we outpace the rate of economic growth and finally decouple the economy from consuming ever-more energy?

Are rebound effects are the reason energy use has continued to rise?

What happens if we pursue efficiency improvements across an entire sector or economy?

What determines the magnitude of industrial-scale rebound?

What about industrial efficiency improvements?

Should we expect rebounds to be the same in rich and poor nations?

How large would rebound be if we improve end-use consumer energy services like personal transportation, home heating, or appliances?

Do rebound effects wipe out all of the expected energy savings from efficiency improvements?

Are rebound effects large or small?

Why do rebound effects matter?