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The Green Life: Women's History Month: In The Workplace

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March 02, 2009

Women's History Month: In The Workplace

Woman working green March is Women's History Month, so this week we're pairing notable events in women's history with a related tip that you can use whether you're female or male.

Event: In 1971, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to end sex discrimination in hiring.

Tip#1: Honor Mother Earth at work by pondering what you can to keep the office green. Install eco-friendly lights, turn off your computer when it's not needed, and recycle anything possible. Find a more fleshed-out list of what you can do to go green at work at this link.

Share your tips: What do you do to go green at work?

Tip#2: Money

Tip #3: At School

Tip#4: Women in Science


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