Before you answer that, let me clarify. No, it’s not the latest gaming device. It’s a Personal Sustainability Project.It was one of the many ideas that Adam Werbach covered in his keynote at the Boston College for Corporate Citizenship Conference this week in San Francisco. The idea is that one small action can bring sustainability into each person’s daily life and help employees become happier and healthier by connecting them to higher purpose that involves themselves, co-workers, family, community and planet. So here’s mine: Stop using plastic bags at home and paper cups at the office. What’s yours?
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