An Exploratory Case Study on Employee Grassroots Initiatives and Policy Formulation for Mitigating Climate Change
Abhishek Syal and
The IUP Journal of Governance and Public Policy, 2011, vol. VI, issue 3, 88-100
Today’s concerns regarding global warming and climate change must be addressed by the organisations. Supporting initiatives taken by employees at the grassroots level can aid the process of mitigating climate change in a very simple yet holistic and effective manner. This paper presents a case study of an institute where employees were asked about their energy utilisation practices. Statistical analysis as well as qualitative research showed where the policy formulators must form policies and other initiatives that an organisation must undertake or an employee can be motivated to implement to reduce the carbon footprint of the organisation.
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