“I think the biggest impact was the fact that the game was company-wide and people got to see people from other locations in action.”
It’s smart to start a sustainability effort with the easy stuff—like a lighting retrofit that pays for itself in six months.
Change often involves more than new equipment, though. In many cases sustainability requires new practices—changes in operating procedures. And that’s where it gets tricky: replacing the control system is straightforward in comparison to inspiring 100 or 3,000 people to do their jobs differently.
Cool Choices’ expertise is inspiring sustainable practices. We help companies engage their employees so that employees understand corporate drivers around sustainability and then we motivate employees to become part of the solution.