22 tips to reduce your carbon footprint at work

April 21, 2017 Sanjana Saluja

A greener workplace has many advantages. But being green, doesn't just mean having LEED certified building. It is the small things you do every day that add up to make a big impact. Office Renew shares some simple tips to keep in mind at the office (or on your way to it) to make it a more world-friendly environment. 

Most organizations know that green = good—for their people, the environment and their bottom line. At JLL, we advise companies and building owners about the benefits of green workplaces, and how to implement them, but we know that greening a large organization is not just about making some big decisions at the top.

The barrier to “going green” is largely a human one. People want to live and work sustainably, but it’s hard to shift habits or they don’t know how.

So in honor of Earth day (this Saturday, April 22), we’re sharing a few tips for everyone.

Green your commute

1. Walk or bike to work

2. Carpool with a colleague, roommate, partner or neighbor to reduce transport emissions. Good for the environment and your bank balance.

Reduce physical waste

1. Send newsletters by email

2. Review and share documents online

Click here for more ideas on what you can do to reduce your carbon footprint.

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