But telling people they can help cut carbon emissions isn't always the biggest motivator. Fortunately, there are other ways to get people on board. Saving energy saves the planet - but it also saves you money, and can help make a big difference to your customers.
Global Action Plan's energy saving programmes show people how cutting energy use can help with the things that matter to them. We encourage people to take small actions that save large amounts of energy, from supermarket staff keeping freezer doors closed, to nurses turning lights off on their wards.
Operation TLC is our award-winning behaviour change programme developed in partnership with Barts Health NHS Trust.Read more
With volunteer support, Great Ormond Street Hospital is successfully demonstrating how simple changes in our behaviour can lead to more healing and comfortable environments for both hospital staff and patients as part of the Operation TLC programme.Read more
Housing associations, water companies and local Government working together to help people save water and energy in the East Midlands.Read more
How nursing staff in East London took action to save the NHS money, by saving energy on their wards.Read more
A friendly competition between Sainsbury's stores helped them saved energy and money.Read more
Adapting our pioneeing EcoTeams programme for Unilever offices around the globe!Read more
How working smarter helped O2 employees travel less, make better use of meetings and became more productive at workRead more
Nurses in one of London's biggest hospitals learned how to save energy and improve patient care.Read more
Training young people to become sustainability leaders, and use their skills to help Tesco save energy.Read more
Can we use behaviour change to get more people to wash at lower temperatures?Read more