I could barely contain my excitement this morning when I saw this announcement on LinkedIn from NALS:
Are you concerned about the massive amounts of paper your law firm uses each day? Do you creep through the halls at the end of the day turning off lights that were left burning long after attorneys and staff members went home? Would you like to learn more about how you can reduce your consumption and use resources responsibly? If you answered yes to any of these questions or if you are interested in learning how to create and promote a sustainable office environment, then NALS is here to help.
The NALS Green Guide was created to be an easy-to-read resource that can be easily shared electronically. The guide includes more than just recycling tips – inside you will also find information on greening your commute and reducing office expenses. You will also find that many of the tips can also be used in your home.
Sustainability is a cause near and dear to my heart. I’m a big believer in the paper-less office and tools like Acrobat, Worldox, Copernic and Dropbox. It was no mistake that my first blog post was “Greening Your Law Practice.” So I’m thrilled to see the NALS Green Guide. It’s 10 pages of practical, common-sense solutions — ideas so easy you’ll scratch your head and wonder, why am I not already doing this?
So go big, go green, and download the NALS Green Guide! Thank you NALS – this is a terrific resource.
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