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The David Suzuki Foundation has developed a "greening your office" program, called David Suzuki at Work. It's a great tool and resource for any and all eco-minded business women and men wanting to empower their co-workers into building a sustainable workplace.

(1) Available for free to download online, the David Suzuki at Work Toolkit is an extensive guide packed with activity ideas, case studies, and useful tips all geared to help your company reach its sustainability goals.

(2) For a more in-depth, interactive way to apply green practices in your workplace, the David Suzuki Foundation offers Ambassador Workshops to members of Vancouver and Toronto's business communities. Led by trained volunteers, these sessions will help your office develop a program to implement meaningful change.



Green at Work — Links, Resources, Organizations

Green Your Workplace - What You Can Do (tips, toolkit, ambassadors)

How to Go Green at Work (articles, tips, resources)

The Green Workplace (book)

CUPE Green Workplace Guide (downloadable pdf) or

Green at Work (magazine & website)

The Natural Step Canada (consulting, training, toolkits, resources, more)

Corporate Knights Magazine (magazine & website)

Green Workplace (consulting & training)

Canadian Business for Social Responsibility / CBSR (business network)

Green Workplace Websites (Toronto & beyond)

Greening Business and Industry / Corporate Social Responsibility / CSR: Questioning Business | Business Issues

Corporate Sustainability & Environmental Responsibility: google search | directory

Greening Government

Create Your Own Green Job

Green Your Workplace (permanent URL for this page)

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GoodWork ID: 18340       Date posted to Jan 1 2016