A green new year? New training helps you activate your eco-resolutions
Written by Olive Dempsey, Sustainability Consultant, Energy and Environmental Sustainability Team

A new Green+Leaders training course provides the tools and ideas to help activate your environmental values at home and at work.

Most New Year’s resolutions focus on the kinds of improvements that make our bodies and minds healthier; but what about the changes that also improve the health of our planet?

As employees in the Lower Mainland Health Organizations, the environmental performance of our workplaces can have a big impact on issues like waste and recycling, energy use and carbon pollution.
A new Green+Leaders training course provides the tools, ideas, as well as community support, to help activate your environmental values, at home and at work.

The one day in-person training is open to all employees in the Lower Mainland, working for Provincial Health Services Authority, Vancouver Coastal Health, Fraser Health and Providence Health Care. Once complete, participants are able to join the Green+Leaders program which provides ongoing professional development, change-maker toolkits, and a community of like-minded colleagues.

Want to learn more? Contact ashley.edworthy@fraserhealth.ca for more information.

Not able to attend an in-person training? Check out the Going Green at Work E-Learning module to take your first few steps in greening your workplace and helping improve environmental performance of health care operations.

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