BT, Land Securities, and Marks & Spencer are finding that initiatives such as Science Based Targets are helping them motivate workers in a bottom-up battle to save energy

Interventions to change staff behaviour can deliver significant energy and carbon savings for companies, yet employee engagement remains an under-utilised asset when it comes to meeting corporate sustainability goals. A 2013 survey from the Carbon Trust found that just 23% of employees had been asked...

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