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9 Examples of Upcycling That’ll Make You Re-Consider How You View Junk

May 12, 2015 By admin

  Upcycling is a term that sprung to life in the 90’s, but hit the mainstream in the 2000’s. The practice of upcycling is, basically, taking something that’s no longer needed or wanted and, rather than disposing of it, transforming it into something new. Given the impact of waste on…

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The Alarming Truth Behind Deforestation #SavetheTrees

April 28, 2015 By admin

  We’ve shone the light on the rainforest floor to reveal the growing problem of deforestation. It’s no secret that the total global rainforest area is decreasing drastically, particularly in Central America and there are multiple factors contributing to this changing landscape including large and small scale architecture, logging and…

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The Changing Habits of How Businesses Communicate with their Customers

April 15, 2015 By admin

  Gone are the days of flip phones and dial up broadband. The 21st Century has seen a myriad of new and exciting technologies that a business of any size can take advantage of. Taking a look at how businesses communicate with their customers, there are some new (and not…

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The Truth About Recycling: Why Recycling Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be

March 31, 2015 By admin

  Recycling alone does not protect the environment – in fact, relying on recycling is actually quite contradictory and detrimental to the environment. Many people think, “I recycle. I do my part. Good enough.” This is a naïve way of thinking and there is so much more that can be…

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Is there a long term place for carbon offsetting programmes? #OneWorldChange

September 25, 2014 By admin

  Tip –When you have analysed, mitigated and reduced your carbon footprint, offsetting can be a useful way of going that last mile to become carbon neutral. Carbon offsetting programmes have taken a bit of a bashing in the last few years because their rapid rise to popularity attracted the…

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Don't use paper in the first place #OneWorldChange

September 23, 2014 By admin

  Tip – You can reduce the amount of pages you print by 30% by introducing a ‘follow me’ or ‘pull printing’ solution. The reason that these schemes can have such a dramatic impact on the amount of paper printed is that they prevent unwanted prints being made.

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Plan your office recycling schemes #OneWorldChange

September 22, 2014 By admin

  Tip – done correctly an efficient office recycling scheme can result in zero being sent to landfill. #oneworldchange The waste we produce as a species is staggering. A feature of our capacity to produce and create ever more ‘stuff’ for us all to consume is the mountain…

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Measure of the carbon footprint of your business #OneWorldChange

September 21, 2014 By admin

  Tip – Measure of the carbon footprint of your business. #OneWorldChange Talk about environmental efficiency and carbon reduction is all a bit meaningless if you don’t have a measure of the carbon footprint of your business to put it all in context. Knowing the carbon footprint of…

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Actually write an environmental policy #OneWorldChange

September 20, 2014 By admin

  Tip – Its difficult to improve the overall environmental performance of your business without a policy, #One WorldChange. Before you say it, there are actually a huge number of businesses that do not have an environmental policy actually written down. Not only does it make good business…

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Automate power shutdown for your business IT infrastructure #OneWorldChange

September 19, 2014 By admin

  Tip – measure the power wastage in your office to identify the largest power wasters.#OneWorldChange If you make a point of visiting your office after hours you may be surprised to see so many computers and monitors left on. This sort of small but cumulative power waste…

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