Lack of Incentives Prevent Employees Going Green at Work
Lack of incentive and leadership from bosses is causing UK employees to leave their environmental conscience at home, needlessly costing UK businesses thousands of pounds in energy bills, and emitting hundreds and thousands of tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere, according to independent research commissioned by international solutions provider, Logicalis.
'Green Mobile' Service to Raise Environmental Awareness and Generate income for 'Green' Charities
Green Mobile, the first environmentally-friendly mobile phone package, has been launched in the UK to help 'green' charities raise money and heighten awareness of environmental problems associated with the disposal of handsets.
Sundance Channel's THE GREEN Presented by Robert Redford Launches April 17, 2007
Sundance Channel's THE GREEN, a new weekly primetime destination focusing on environmental topics, launches April 17, 2007 at 9pm.
EPA Supports Electronics Recycling
Retailers and electronics manufacturers voluntarily recycled more than 34 million pounds of electronics in 2006 as part of their commitment to the Environmental Protection Agency's Plug-In To eCycling program.
Dell Allows Customers to Purchase Carbon-Neutral Computers
Michael Dell today announced a global carbon-neutral initiative that plants trees for customers to offset the carbon impact of electricity required to power their systems.
California to Create Low Carbon Fuel Standard to Limit Global Warming Emissions
According to a briefing by administration officials today, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will call later today for the unprecedented creation of a low carbon fuel standard as part of the state's efforts to limit global warming emissions.
Swiss Re Offers Rebate to Employees That Reduce Personal Carbon Footprint
Swiss Re is supporting investments and purchases made by employees that contribute to reducing CO2 emissions.
Plans Put In Place To Help Recycle Food Waste
District councils across the county work with the county council as part of the Oxfordshire Waste Partnership.
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