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Sustainable commuting: are you up for the challenge?

Earlier this year ecosurety challenged its team to find more sustainable ways to get to work.

We wanted to share their best efforts, so for each of the 20 working days in August one member of the team filmed their sustainable journey - resulting in this video capturing a month of sustainable commuting in 60 seconds!

 

 

One particular highlight was James Piper, commercial director, donning his rollerblades for the hilly commute through Bristol, while other methods ranged from a tandem bike ride to five people lift-sharing together. The aim was to demonstrate the diversity of transport methods available other than single occupancy driving.

We will continue to challenge our ever-growing workforce to commute using alternative transport, and hopefully some of these new methods will take off permanently. Why limit it to ecosurety, though? Can you make a change for good and join our journey to a more sustainable future?

Are you up for the challenge?

We therefore challenge other organisations to also find original ways to reduce the impact of their team commutes on the environment, and we’d love to see the results!

Share your own videos or selfies on Twitter (@ecosurety) or email them to info@ecosurety.com and we’ll share the best efforts on our website and social media channels. Good luck!


Olivia Green

Key account manager

Olivia joined Ecosurety in October 2014 as a Graduate account specialist. Now, as a key account manager, her role involves working with our members to provide support across all aspects of the company.


Written by Olivia Green Published 19/10/2015 Topics Ecosurety

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