Sustainable Living Guide
The Sustainable Living Guide is a digital content and software product designed to encourage and facilitate people looking to reduce their impact on our environment.
The Sustainable Living Guide (SLG) provides a broad collection (60+) of researched actions that people can take at home and in the workplace to reduce their impact on the environment.
The Sustainable Living Guide is a licensed publication, that can be integrated into your council or company website, or provided as a independent hosted mini site. In each instance the content is styled, customised and localised to address deeper local and/or organisational information and themes. The Sustainable Living Guide can play an effective role of your organisation’s response to the environmental challenges we face.
We have developed this website to demonstrate a working example of the Sustainable Living Guide and how it might work for you. Below are three examples of clients using the Sustainable Living Guide in different ways.
Councils who engage their communities.
Councils use the Sustainable Living Guide to directly engage with, support and provide leadership to their communities on how we can all help address climate change, manage communal resources and live more sustainably.
Examples: City of Botany Bay
Organisations who engage their staff.
Business is increasingly accountable for their impact on the environment and are being looked to for leadership and support from their employees. Recent research has also shown that employees look for a company that is aligned with their own values and that a higher level of engagement has positive impacts on productivity and employee retention.
Example: | HBF (intranet sites)
Organisations who engage customers and stakeholders.
As environmental awareness and climate change concerns continue to rise in profile, it becomes increasingly important for businesses to communicate their environmental initiatives and credentials to customers, and to act as leaders in the realm of behaviour change. A forward thinking approach in this arena is becoming less a way for a business to differentiate themselves from their competition, and more a pre-requisite for business practices.
Examples: Bendigo Bank