@kvigonic "Perhaps a good way to do this is highlight actions that can be taken in your workplace that have the potential to be money saving without inconveniencing the user. Any specific actions like this that you can think of for your work place?"
good point. one that's jumping to mind is to have low-flow toilets or lights that automatically turn off. the tough part is probably that those might cost more upfront. it takes some foresight to see how they could pay back over the long run. I've heard some ideas about groups that will front the cost of efficiency upgrades like that. In return, they share in some of the savings that come after the costs are paid back. seems like something that could work