Sebastian Greenwood, Three Simple Eco-Friendly Policies that Entrepreneurs Can Instill

With climate change being a major threat to our beautiful planet, it’s important for businesses to reduce their carbon footprint. Below are three different ways you can help the environment by reducing your business’s emissions:

Paper Trail

Printing out large volumes of paper is wasteful. What you should be doing is printing on both sides and recycling paper that can be used again in the office. For example, the back page of a print off can be used for writing down notes. Paper can also be used as compost for the garden at home. Sebastian Greenwood often quotes Og Mandino who said, “Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later”.

Solar Power

One way to reduce your carbon emissions is to utilize clean energy. Solar and hydropower are great ways of using energy without the cost to the environment. The initial startup costs can turn some businesses away, but down the line, simple eco-friendly energy can result in major savings as well as helping the planet.

Waste Disposal

Having a waste management schedule is another great way for your business to help the environment. Minor changes to the office such as doing away with plastic and having a separate container for wet and dry items to be junked in certain bins can make a huge difference. Most homes follow such rules and so it makes sense to implement in the office as well.

In Summary

The three-pointers listed above definitely are super easy eco-friendly policies that you can implement for your business. Let us take a leaf from Sebastian Greenwood quoting Lao Tzu who said, “Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step”.

Learn more about Sebastian Greenwood:

Google+ – https://plus.google.com/+SebastianGreenwoodonecoin
Twitter – https://twitter.com/sebastiantruth 
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/sebastiangreenwood.onecoin/

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