Especially for the Green Law Office
This is a first-rate “mega” link to many resources, including green and is aimed at the legal community. It is a one-stop shopping bag for many green resources on the Internet.
This is the American Bar Association’s Sustainable Law Office compendium of “how to green” a law office (and the info is helpful to any business entity). Find out how to join the ABA Eco-Challenge which includes hundreds of law firms and public law offices on its roster of green partners committed to sustainable business practices.
US DOJ’s environmental program website pages.
Sample policy statement of intent to adopt sustainable business practices.
Model policy of the Oregon Lawyers for a Sustainable Future
Model sustainability policy of the Oregon Attorney General
Model sustainability policy of the Washington Attorney General
Example of Internet AG website page communicating sustainable business practices as a matter of priority.
Another example of communicating to the public as well as your employees the values and goals the agency will pursue.
Lawyer Janice Mucalov has written a guide to greening the law office for the Canadian Bar Association that has universal application.
LexisNexis has an Environment tab under Corporate Responsibility.
Beveridge & Diamond is a leading green law firm that has its roots in its environmental law practice.
Boost your brain power on climate change, issues, alternatives, and strategies that work in the workplace.