|Publically commit as an individual, team or organization to take environmental action at work. Learn more about each action in the 'Simple Acts' manuals below.|
For Work Toolkit
The One Simple Act for Work Toolkit is a comprehensive resource that includes information, tools and tips to help inspire, motivate and guide environmental action. It provides resources for individuals, teams and organizations to plan, implement and promote green actions.
Simple Acts. Select the best simple act(s) for you, your team or your organization. These resources highlight numerous simple acts along with rationale, fast facts, tips and tools for each. An eco check is included to help you determine where to start.
- Fast and Easy – On my Own - (74 pages, 1.5 MB)
- Simple and Low Cost – As a Team - (105 pages, 2.6 MB)
- Spend to Save – As an Organization - (102 pages, 1.7 MB)
Greening your Organization. This resource will guide an organization or team to develop and implement a green plan.
- Greening Your Organization - (50 pages, <1 MB)
Resources. Access One Simple Act how to guides, posters, presentations, newsletter articles and more which support the simple acts.
Talk It Up!
Add Your Voice. Read what others are saying about One Simple Act and
Share Your Success Story. Many Albertans have joined One Simple Act and are achieving their goals. Tell us your story and share a picture! Selected stories may be featured online.
Discuss on Facebook. Engage others in discussion and share ideas suggestions and tips about how to take action at home.
Graphic Resources. Demonstrate your commitment to Alberta’s environment and get others involved by downloading and displaying One Simple Act posters, badges and certificates.
Get our Newsletter. Learn more and receive updates about One Simple Act by joining our email list. A bi-monthly regular newsletter will be sent outlining new simple actions and useful information for reducing your environmental footprint. Sign up now!
Deliver a Program Inspire others to take action in your community. One Simple Act workshops, presentation and community action programs have already been developed and are available free for Albertans to use.
Updated: Aug 11, 2015