Wondering how to encourage people to recycle better at work or to change people’s habits for using single-use takeaway packaging every lunchtime? Here is a quick insight into some behaviour change principles, summed up in a simple acronym. EAST that you can use for workplace behaviour change.
So before you send another angry email about the recycling contamination or invest in thousands of reusable coffee cups, read this.
Embarking on a sustainability journey can be a steep learning curve in industry lingo, concepts and processes that may be unfamiliar to you. Plus there can be some uncomfortable lessons in navigating greenwash.
This is exactly why we set up the Sustainable Sidekicks online learning platform to make adopting environmental business processes and practices accessible and easy.
What can other businesses learn from the zero waste shop model? We take a look at Zero Green in Bristol for some ideas.
For your zero waste week, why not have some fun in the office and set some challenges to reduce waste.
A week long challenge encourages people try things out. At the end of the week you can look at what people are happy to keep working on or developing.
In the build-up to Bristol's campaign to achieve Gold status as a Sustainable Food City, we have been working with Bristol Food Network to produce a guide on how food businesses can reduce their food waste. Find out more about the project's ambitions, how we worked with food businesses to gather data on their food waste as well as getting some top food waste tips.