From the Mediation Matters Blog of Steve Mehta.
Since March 17, 2009 (St. Patrick’s Day), my mediation office has gone green. After several months of working on conservation, I have several observations about being Green.
First, going green isn’t that hard. There are many small changes that you can make to save resources.
Second, Some green measures will cost you more than other traditional alternatives.
Third, getting your office staff to buy into the concept helps immensely to going green.
Fourth, there are small inconveniences that are easily overcome.
The following is my non-exclusive list of going green in mediation
Lessons Learned From Going Green
The article How To Green Your Law Firm is also helpful in going green.
Let me know how your efforts to go green went.
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