true green @ work


You can make a difference at work!

Based on the success of True Green: 100 Everyday Ways You can Contribute to a Healthier PlanetTrue Green @ Work is now available!

Whether
you work in an office, shop or factory, run your own business or manage
a corporation … taking care of the environment is easier than you
think. In True Green @ Work,
Kim McKay and Jenny Bonnin, part of the Clean Up Australia team, along
with business journalist Tim Wallace offer 100 simple ways to be
greener, leaner and more productive in the workplace.

• Use eco-efficient lighting – and slash energy bills and carbon emissions.
• Print double-sided – and halve paper use.
• Set up a car pool – and reduce vehicle pollution.
• Keep indoor plants – and improve health and wellbeing.

Practical, positive and easy to use, this essential reference shows
how by contributing to a healthier planet you also contribute to a
healthier workplace. Don’t just be true blue – be true green.

True Green @ Work offers 100 tips and provides insights into the following areas of your workplace:

              >desk >carbon netural
>office    >closing the loop
>building >ecolabelling
>culture >marketing
>stakeholders   >green business

 

True Green @ Work also provides examples of sustainability at work as demonstrated by the following companies:

             >taylor fry >dinosaur designs
>visy >veolia
>lincolne scott >itc
>marriott     >westpac
>global renewables >interface

View the True Green @ Work media release
View the Business Wire media release  

True Green @ Work is also published in the US - launched in 19 February 2007.

Sample Pages
Click on the title below the images to view a selection of tips from True Green @Work

   

 paper

 shut down

  
   

 computers

 cleaning agents

green from go

liquid assets

the new ceo

better suited

suppliers

local engagement

lighting

virtual meetings

call in the auditor

plastics

iso 14000

green globe

say something positive

keep it real

natural advantage

biomimicry

sustainability@work – case studies