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(21-Apr-10)  Employees across the four offices of the David Suzuki Foundation have gradually migrated up the ladder of green communication technologies over the years, fundamentally changing how they do business.

“Now everybody knows travelling is just too costly and hard on employees. Nobody likes to travel by air anymore,” said Peter Robinson, CEO of the Vancouver-based environmental non-profit organization that bears the name of its founder.
With satellite offices in Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa, staying connected is vital, but for an organization whose message is environmental sustainability, Robinson said travel-free communication was not up for debate.

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Published: April 21, 2010
Last Revised: April 21, 2010

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