At peak office hours, you come out of your home to leave for work. Carrying briefcase and laptop in hand, swinging keys on your finger and you walk up to your car. You pull over on the main road and what do you see.Today, all office-goers are taking bicycles, shared cabs, vehicles powered by natural gas, buses and trains to reach their respective destinations.Above we present to you the ideal scenario where there is minimal air pollution and traffic congestion even during peak hours. This may sound too imaginative but we can achieve this through sustained efforts and individual action.No one wants to wade through heavy traffic every day, bear persistent honking and inhale toxic air. Not to mention the huge impact it will have on the environment, the results of which can surely be seen immediately.A combined action from individuals and corporates is required on an urgent basis. We’ve already discussed how people can take initiatives to reduce pollution, here’s how corporates can make an impact too:1. Shared Mobility:Although many corporates provide shared cabs/mini buses to employees, the number needs to go up. Companies should implement shared cab systems, draw up an efficient pick/drop plan and encourage shared employee… Read full this story
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