This Celebration Board charts the progress and total impact of organisations as part of the Sustainability in Singapore Programme
Businesses across Singapore are taking action to implement behaviour change campaigns in there organisations.
Together they are making big impacts.
12 Organisations Involved
This includes offices, hotels, supermarkets and even a wildlife reserve. Organisations of all types and sizes can benefit from this behaviour change programme to improve sustainabilty and wellbeing.
12 Campaigns Completed
Organisations have made improvements to their energy use, waste production, and use of equipment. They have also tackled staff mental and physical wellbeing and created more comfortable environments for staff.
68 Behaviours Improved
From taking the stairs instead of the elevator or adjusting air conditioning settings to reconsidering how and where people work within a building, the Change Academy helps businesses identify the right behaviours for them and how to make them stick.
Swissôtel Energy Campaign
Getting employees involved in change
Through the behaviour change process Swissotel identified the importance of personal attention and positive engagement, as well as combining technical measures by the facilities management with behaviour change by team members.
They have implemented changes that are expected to save them over $60,000 a year from their first campaign.
23,000 Staff Reached
Organisations reached their staff through training, experiences, games, signage, induction and more.
average energy saving
Along with waste and water savings, plus benefits to employee health, well-being and experience.
18,000kg of CO2 Saved
...and these savings will continue year on year as the changes are embedded in the organisations
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“The campaign material is a real eye opener. It is shocking to know how big our environmental impact is.
So shocking that it encourages change”