When people think about going green, they often think of the steps that they can take as an individual at their homes to help the environment. However, there are also steps to be taken in the workplace.
Team-building has long been used to strengthen personnel and boost enthusiasm among employees. Usually, team-building exercises involve games, ice-breakers, or even friendly office competitions.
You know our planet is in deep trouble when it’s predicted that our oceans will have more plastic than fish by 2050.Unilever has pledged to make all its plastic packaging reusable by 2025 while M&S plans on developing one recyclable plastic polymer for all packaging uses.
With new tools available to help people measure their carbon footprint at home and work, collective action and friendly competition are bringing carbon footprint challenges to the workplace. Carbon footprint is a measure of the amount of greenhouse gas emissions based on fossil fuel consumption per individual or group.
Good businesses don't happen by accident. They make plans.
Everyone has an invested interest in keeping our planet clean and unpolluted. Every effort that is made towards making environmentally safe choices is another step towards healing our already overburdened Earth.
In your office, your employees might enjoy congregating, chatting and munching in the company break room. Even though this can be one of the best parts of the office, it can also be one of the biggest sources of waste.
Hosting office parties, whether for retirements, holidays or just about any other purpose, can be a lot of fun and can go a long way toward boosting employee morale. However, if you aren't careful, these parties can result in a lot of waste.
Paper Waste in OfficesWe all know that recycling is good for the environment. And most people use recycling bins at home.