Did you brave the elements and make it to work?

Did you brave the elements and make it to work?
Many parts of the country ground to a halt on Monday as Britain was hit by snow storms. Millions failed to make it to work as transport was hit by the weather, or the lure of taking a day off to build snowmen proved too strong. But did you make it in to work?
Yes, there's no stopping me from getting to the office!
No, I didn't make it
Not quite, but I did at least work from home

You need to be logged in to make a comment. Don't have an account? Set one up right now in seconds!

Latest News

The handbook includes a combination of expert of advice, top tips and case studies that will help you transform your approach to sustainability communicationsSustainability and CSR professionals looking to boost stakeholder engagement through effective communications now have access to a new 'handbook', which provides expert advice and insight into how to tell your sustainability story.
Built-in watering and Internet of Things (IoT) monitoring mean it is largely self-sustainableAn outdoor "living wall" with an air purifying capability of 275 natural tress that can reduce harmful pollutants by up to 30% had been launched by the Crown Estate near Piccadilly Circus.
Energy savings of £91m can be recognised by the adoption of smart LED street lightingThe next generation of mobile connectivity, or 5G, will enable councils to generate £2.8bn annually through smart lighting and refuse collection, according to a new report from O2 outlining a £6bn opportunity of the UK economy.
» Smart lamppost 'revolution' could save Europe €2.1bn a year
» Equinor: Statoil to change name in recognition of energy transition
» MPs demand change over Government's 'box-ticking' air quality plan
» UK's largest EV charging site installation powers logistics fleet
» Egg white hydrogen and chewing gum coffee cups: the best green innovations of the week