Given that we spend such a large portion of our time at work, even small steps taken in the office can add up to significant savings for the environment.
If you own or manage a business of any size, there are steps you can take to reduce emissions even if you’ve already started.
Healthcare facilities will always create a significant amount of garbage, but eco-conscious medical providers can make small adjustments to be kinder to Mother Earth.
Swapping in organic toothpaste, swapping out mercury fillings, going paperless — there are lots of ways dentists can make their dental practices greener.
Why Businesses Should Embrace Sustainable Development Going Green Isn't Just Good for the Planet; It Also Can Help the Bottom Line
Just because people want to avert a climate catastrophe doesn’t mean all businesses also are willing to make changes for the better regarding sustainability and reducing their carbon footprints.
Small Hacks to Going Greener at the Office Better Lighting, More Recycling, Indoor Plants and Telecommuting All Part of the Solution
Better lighting, more recycling, indoor plants and telecommuting are all ways your office can be greener — and indoor air quality better — than it is today.
Good indoor air quality is key to a good night’s sleep and overall healthy living, so do what you can reduce off-gassing furniture and paint and get your HVAC vents cleaned…
Thanks to battery-assisted e-bikes, increased bike lane infrastructure and apps to help direct cyclists to safer, faster biking routes, commuting via bicycle is more popular than ever in the United States.
Getting Your Boss on Board With Workplace Recycling An easy sell given the environmental and financial benefits
It shouldn’t be hard to convince your boss that recycling makes sense at the workplace given the environmental and financial benefits…
How can my company start to scale back its paper use? Paper consumption still a big problem for businesses, orgs trying to go green
Dear EarthTalk: My company talks the talk when it comes to the environment but could do so much more to reduce paper use. Do you have any tips to help get the higher-ups on board to reduce paper use company-wide? —Elena Sepulveda, White Plains, NY […]