The day-to-day running of the modern office depends on IT, and computers are heavy consumers of energy. Moreover, your office produces greenhouse gases, not only as a result of your IT equipment but also through the energy required for heating, lighting and air-conditioning. So, if you want to do something to save the planet, greening your office is a good place to start! The Green Office is written specifically to help cost-conscious, environmentally-minded organisations. It identifies practical and straightforward ways of reducing both the corporate cost base and their carbon footprint.
Subjects: Business, Technology
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