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Electricity is the largest source of Australian greenhouse gas emissions and businesses consume 70% of our overall use. That's why making the switch can have a huge impact on climate change.
You may have already switched your electricity provider at home, and making the change at work is a way to increase your impact even more.
Over 260 major global corporations have already made a commitment to switch to 100% renewable energy, with thousands of smaller companies doing the same. Consumers, investors, and most importantly, employees, are demanding this change. You can make it happen at your company and achieve benefits for the planet, the business, yourself and future generations.
Our FREE Playbook is designed to guide you through all the steps required to create this change in your workplace. From arming you with the knowledge you can use to persuade key stakeholders, to practical actions you’ll need to take, it contains everything you need to know.
Looking for that extra level of support? Our online Cohort program is a live 10-week workshop for a limited number of dedicated employees, all working towards making the switch to renewable energy at work. You’ll have the chance to learn from WorkForClimate’s experts and troubleshoot ideas with peers at other corporates to help you fast-track your goal.
When you join the WorkForClimate Slack Community, you’re immediately connected with other like-minded professionals at a variety of organisations, all working to achieve the same climate goals. Share your learnings, ask questions and collaborate to help each other progress faster.
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