When installing a new pc and monitor I always set power settings to turn off display after 10 mins. Although the pc is set for never due to reasons enabling remote connection there is no need for monitor to be kept on always.30th June 2015
the first week of the GOSH Sustainability Challenge saw 65 new sign-ups to the Carbon Culture Platform and some really great sustainability stories. Its the last week to take part and to help your team win a cake.29th June 2015 What do you think? Be the first to comment!
The rolls of paper we use on our printer are FSC certified and every usable offcut is kept. It sometimes doesn't stop people printing an email on an A0 sheet! Preview that print.26th June 2015
After years of using paper cups from coffee shops I've followed the suggestion and bought a Keep Cup. Not all of those cups were wasted, I joined about 30 of them together to make a game of skill involving a ping pong ball!26th June 2015
All fish served at GOSH is sustainably sourced and we now qualify to become a "sustainable fish city"24th June 2015
I have cycled to and from work over the last two years, a distance of over 10 thousand miles, just shy of London to Sydney.23rd June 2015
i find turning off my PC and making sure all unused aplliciances are switched off helps my carbon footprint.23rd June 2015
All London Cycle Challenge promo material was printed on 'waste' paper. If you really must print something, liberate those reusable sheets from the bin.23rd June 2015
Today is the start of the GOSH Sustainability Challenge. We already have over 100 stories to share the fantastic things our staff are doing this fortnight is your chance to join in!22nd June 2015 What do you think? Be the first to comment!
I bought a 'Keep Cup' to use for my frequent visits to our lovely local coffeeshops! Most cafes offer a discount for keep-cup users so you soon make back the cost of the cup. Less waste in our bins and a much nicer cuppa, too!18th June 2015
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