Wednesday, September 05, 2007
The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers will be running their annual '100 days of Carbon Clearup' campaign from September 12, sponsonred by E.ON and the Carbon Trust. The campaign encourages shedworkers and traditional workers to implement simple no/low cost carbon reduction measures during the 100 days in an effort to reduce the carbon emitted from your garden office. It's really aimed at large businesses but worth a look and a think for shedworkers too. There's a nice piece previewing the campaign in Metro which points to two interesting eco-friendly workplaces, the Earthship in Brighton (pictured above) and the new Innovate office in Leeds (pictured below). Thanks to Uncle Wilco for the alert.
Posted by alex johnson at 10:18 AM