Smaller travel footprint next step to sustainability

August 2009
Ecos;Aug/Sep2009, Issue 150, p8
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The article reports on the findings of a workplace satisfaction study conducted by Szencorp, a 6-star green star office building in Australia. The said study evaluated transport to work, perceived productivity and healthiness, and tenant satisfaction with heating, as well as lighting and cooling. The researchers concluded that there is a lower emissions transport to most of the staff and suggested for an education program to the tenants of the building.


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