Krieger, Daniel
September 2011
Fast Company;Sep2011, Issue 158, p46
The article discusses an energy conservation campaign in Japan, called Super Cool Biz, in which individuals are encouraged to arrive to work earlier, eat icy desserts, and wear casual attire to work, such as sandals and shorts.


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