Gallery: HOW TO: Green Your Work Place

 

Its 9am on a Wednesday morning and you find yourself preparing for your day with a cup of coffee in hand and your daily Inhabitat Digest open on your desktop. But today is no ordinary day. Today when your boss catches you in the act of reading our blog instead of working, you can tell him or her “Don’t worry, I’m researching a new green office strategy, which will save us money and create a better working environment,” or something to that effect. While this may seem like a convenient excuse, we know our suggestions for creating a greener workspace will help you do just that: to take your love of environmental issues and infuse them into your work routine, those of your colleagues and the practices of your company.

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  1. chrisp68 October 22, 2008 at 1:28 am

    Hey Rebecca,
    Good article. Pick up the book JIT Factory Revolution: A Pictorial Guide to Factory Design of the Future (Hardcover). It is an old Japanese manufacturing book. It also talks about cleaning up your office and work stations. More pictures than words and definately gets the point across. Good ideas that have been around in some places for a long time. Forget the cubiclas and paper… it is all just waste in one form or another. It’s much nicer to be surrounded by people instead of walls.

    Happy reading…

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