Now, from the authors of the quintessential how-to-go-green guide for individuals and households, this definitive do-it-yourself manual is for the working worldbusinesses, workers, and day-to-day life at the office. Positive and practical, True Green at Work tells everyone who holds a job, from top executives on down the ladder, how to help minimize their company's carbon footprint.
The book is accessible and actionable, with its signature, crisp design and lively text. Each page contains a single tip for reducing waste, making it easy for anyone in any job to take small steps toward a healthier planet. Suggestions run the gamut, from obvious recycling to innovative strategies that encourage sustainability.
Authors McKay and Bonnin draw on their extensive industry expertise to address corporate culture, branding, and marketing and to profile American businesses on the leading edge of greeninspiring stories that are sure to motivate any company and employee. Timely and smart, True Green at Work is one business book that will pay dividends.
Kim McKay is an international social marketing consultant and the co-founder and chairwomen of Clean Up the World and Clean Up Australia.
Jenny Bonnin is an international strategist and is director of Clean Up the World and Clean Up Australia.
"If the question of our time is: our planet is sick, but what can little old me do to help? Then books such as this are the answer." Treehugger.com
"With its accessible format, lively approach and manageable tips, True Green @ Work is the perfect road map for businesses looking to go green. Timely and smart, it's an informative guide for reducing waste and encouraging sustainability."Environmental News Network
"Taking public transportation to the office is only the first step in leading an eco-conscious work life. True Green @ Work offers many other tips, whatever your corporate culture."Wall Street Journal, Times-Picayune, Sunday Seattle Times, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"A cool book recently crossed my desk, True Green @ Work: 100 way you can make the environment your business. It outlines in quick tidbits of information simple steps you can take as an employee or employer to help the environment."The Oklahoman