This list serves as a reminder for many offices out there who have simply forgotten their impact! Being cooped up in an office leaves you with little time to think about the environment. All that energy being used to send that one email does have an affect. The average spam email has a footprint equivalent to 0.3 g of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2e), according to carbon footprint expert Mike Berners-Lee's 2010 book "How Bad are Bananas: The Carbon Footprint of Everything."
Increasing rates is a reality that all businesses face, and all customers go through at some point in their lifetime. As a business upgrades or upskills, the product is slowly increasing in quality. The issue is, you can’t be doing more for less and customers will understand that if explained correctly.