The second face of Ray Anderson’s Mount Sustainability is “Benign Emissions”.
There are all sorts of attempts being made in industry to harness wind and solar energy to save money and reduce harmful emissions.
For Ray Anderson, this challenge was met head on at InterfaceFLOR. Where can this lead?
It is intriguing to think of how processes that would seem obsolete in today’s world, such as wind power for shipping, could be re-thought so that this second face of Mount Sustainability can be scaled.
Photo credit: Tidewater Muse (Flickr)
Can you think of other ideas for how to make emissions benign where you work? Is it possible to incorporate wind or solar energy into the day to day operations of your workplace? How about harnessing a kite someday to your shipment of goods overseas!
Watch this video which shows how a large kite attached to an ocean going vessel improves performance while producing fewer emissions.
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