Australian Businesses Pledge to Move Towards Sustainable Energy

Globally, there has been a big push towards being green and sustainable. These terms get thrown around a lot these days, but what does it actually mean? When something is sustainable, can be utilised now without having negative effects and repercussions on future generations.

Sustainable energy

Businesses have a key role to play in making the change and commitment to sustainable energy, and in Australia, they’re making positive steps towards this goal.

The Current Situation

Energy production is not generally seen as an environmentally friendly procedure. Right from the beginning, there are major disruptions and effects on our planet. Coal, oil, and natural gas are the fossil fuels.…

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50 Shades of Green: The Difference Between Seeming and Being Sustainable

Green is the new black, and sustainability has been “in” for well over a decade. In fact, companies that don’t strive to support the green movement might as well close up and turn out the lights. In today’s ardently ecological climate, it makes smart business sense to build a brand on the basic tenants of sustainability, but too many businesses are giving the movement a bad name with less than adequate standards.

Bike to work

Even if you reduce, reuse, and recycle, your business likely contributes to a number of dangerous practices that are doing untold damage to the Earth and its people, and if your tree-hugging customers discover your washed-out shades of green, you might as well flip your “open” sign to “closed.”…

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