Daylight Hour—Lights Out to Support Sustainability
I’m delighted to announce that our Northern California offices are participating in Daylight Hour, a national initiative promoting the critical importance of corporate responsibility. Please join us on Friday, June 17th when we will turn off the lights from 12:00 Noon until 1:00 p.m and enjoy the daylight. (1 Hour)
This national initiative is being spearheaded by The Cushman & Wakefield Corporate Responsibility team, who has invited all U.S. offices to participate.
What Exactly is Daylight Hour?
Organized by Building Energy Exchange, Daylight Hour spreads the word through office involvement and social media about the benefits of utilizing available natural light in lieu of electric lighting, including reduced greenhouse gas emissions, improved well-being, and financial savings.
Lights Out – June 17th – 12:00 Noon Until 1:00 pm.
This energy-saving campaign means that Cushman & Wakefield’s offices located at 425 Market Street, 201 California and 555 12th Street in Oakland will be turning off all office lights from 12:00 noon until 1:00 p.m. local time, joining more than 300 other participating organizations committed to sustainability.
” Getting involved not only supports the Daylight Hour initiative, but showcases Cushman & Wakefield’s leadership in energy efficiency and sustainability. During the 1 hour Lights Out, all other electricity; i.e. computers, phones, copy machines, coffee grinders and printers will not be affected – lights out only! ”
Why Are We Involved? To Show Leadership, That’s Why
Getting involved not only supports the Daylight Hour initiative, but showcases Cushman & Wakefield’s leadership in energy efficiency and sustainability. Our involvement is one way we’re putting our company’s Environmental Commitment, released in October 2015, into action.
Six Million Reasons to Participate
Six million people participated in the Daylight Hour social media campaign last year. Click here to access the Daylight Hour website, which offers more information on the program. Click here for information about participation awards.
Social Media Participation: It’s Up to YOU!
This event’s social media participation takes place primarily on Twitter and Instragram.
We encourage you to review last year’s awards for social media and get excited about submitting your own winning social media entry this year. At a minimum, please plan to post at least one picture of your office’s participation from the office or your personal Twitter/Instragram accounts to #DaylightHour and #CWpowerfulideas. A great tweet can win an award!
At a minimum, please plan to post at least one picture of your office’s participation from the office or your personal Twitter/Instragram accounts to #DaylightHour and #CWpowerfulideas. A great tweet can win an award!
Got a Question? Ask Veena
Please feel free to reach out to Veena Muthusamy with any questions or concerns. We appreciate your assistance as we engage Cushman & Wakefield employees in showcasing our environmental commitment.
Email: email@example.com – Phone: 415.773.3502
Veena Muthusamy spearheads Cushman & Wakefield’s Corporate Responsibility Program, which was launched in early 2016. Among her principal roles are integrating sustainability objectives into Cushman & Wakefield’s internal operations, managing the firm’s carbon footprint, and publicly benchmarking sustainability goals. During her career she has served as an acting representative on partnerships initiatives with organizations including U. S. Green Building Council, Urban Green, and The Clinton Global Initiative.