Microsoft’s Reduced Workweek Increased Productivity by 40%, Electric Consumption Dropped by 23%, and Paper Consumption Dropped by 59%. Working Less is Good for The #environment.

Microsoft’s Reduced Workweek Increased Productivity by 40%, Electric Consumption Dropped by 23%, and Paper Consumption Dropped by 59%. Working Less is Good for The Environment. submitted by /u/YuriRedFox6969 to r/solarpunk [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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As #Climatechange makes disasters more severe, researchers say we can prepare by being informed, volunteering, and staying socially connected. “If a community can’t stand on its own two feet psychologically, all the work on having stronger buildings isn’t going to get you anywhere.”

As climate change makes disasters more severe, researchers say we can prepare by being informed, volunteering, and staying socially connected. “If a community can’t stand on its own two feet psychologically, all the work on having stronger buildings isn’t going to get you anywhere.” submitted by /u/YuriRedFox6969 to r/solarpunk [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Under Twitter’s new ad rules, #environmental groups can’t pay to spread pro- #Climatepolicy messages. But Exxon can pay to spread tweets claiming a widespread political conspiracy against it, and touting its pro- #Climatecredentials

Under Twitter’s new ad rules, environmental groups can’t pay to spread pro-climate policy messages. But Exxon can pay to spread tweets claiming a widespread political conspiracy against it, and touting its pro-climate credentials submitted by /u/YuriRedFox6969 to r/solarpunk [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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The fight to stop Nestlé from taking America’s water to sell in #Plastic bottles. The best and last line of defense is the public trust doctrine. It states that water is a public resource that the government is obligated to protect. In short, water can’t be privatized, as Nestlé is moving to do.

The fight to stop Nestlé from taking America’s water to sell in plastic bottles. The best and last line of defense is the public trust doctrine. It states that water is a public resource that the government is obligated to protect. In short, water can’t be privatized, as Nestlé is moving to do. submitted by /u/YuriRedFox6969 to r/solarpunk [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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