Ever since I was a kid, I would flip through the inflight magazines to read up on the different destinations around the country and around the globe. I remember that time when we flew to London. I was five years old, or six, I forgot. Mere fragments remain in me now; I still remember going out of a toy store, and just as I was going out, a big red double-decker bus passed by. I also remember that time when we had t
You have an appreciation of nature and the needs of our endangered planet. You probably spend time reading all the articles that you can find about global warming, ocean acidification, and desertification. While you may never have seen the effects of these conditions first hand, you have made it your business to know about them because it is part of your nature to want to be a good steward of the planet.
Ask the environmentalists and they will instantly point their fingers at cars, what with their being deemed as the greatest polluters, especially in big cities. Day by day, millions of cars are on the road, and immensely pollute the air. But then again, there is no stopping the people from driving their cars as they go to work, go on family holiday getaways, on business road trips, and as they do personal and corpo
The planet can’t wait. The Earth is obviously suffering too much. It’s high time we do something to save the world. Climate change has to be slowed down, and upturned. If every single person contributes whatever he or she can to help lessen the impact of environmental problems, then the world will be a much better place to live in. Add to it the fact that everyone will be able to enjoy enormous benefits.
Efficient energy management reduces a company’s environmental impact and helps the company’s bottom line. Here are some ways that a company can effectively manage its energy use.
1. Establish benchmarks … then measure, measure, measure.
To be able to reduce energy use, you first have to measure it. It is advisable that all your data on company-wide energy use is organized into a centralized data system. T
Going green is more than just a fad. If anything, it is a clever decision on the end of business owners and consumers to reduce harmful environmental impacts. In fact, a study conducted by the world’s largest research organization, IPSOS, revealed that 79% of the consumers in the US, the UK, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, China and Spain would rather purchase from companies that promote and make use of green products.