Future Friendly is P&G’s multi-brand conservation education program aimed at helping consumers save energy, save water and reduce waste. It’s designed to provide practical conservation advice and branded products featuring clear benefits in water savings, energy savings and waste reduction. Through educational tools and resources, the program aims to help families conserve by focusing on simple, tangible actions that consumers can take in their homes.
P&G Future Friendly Challenge: Final Weekposted May 4, 2011
It’s the Final Week of the Future Friendly Family Challenge. Over the course of the challenge, we have covered the kitchen, living room, around the house and at work. We’re sure there are many other places where you show off your Future Friendly ideas and we want to see and hear about it! This week’s theme is pretty simple: EVERYWHERE!
P&G Future Friendly Challenge - Week Four: At Workposted April 18, 2011
Do you bring a water bottle to work instead of using disposable cups? Have you started a recycling program at the office? Even when we can’t change everyone’s future friendly practices in the office, we can lead the charge by showing how to recycle and reuse. How are you saving water, reducing waste, and saving energy where you work?
P&G Future Friendly Challenge - Week Three: Around the Houseposted April 11, 2011
Are the crayons, pens, and pencils in a re-used shoebox? Or maybe you save rain water to water the plants and get e-bills instead of traditional paper ones? How Future Friendly are you and your teammates around the house?
P&G Future Friendly Challenge - Week Two: In the Living Roomposted April 4, 2011
Do the kids color on scrap paper? Is the lamp unplugged when you leave? How Future Friendly is your living room? Each photo/video submission must show how you and your teammates either save water, reduce waste, or save energy.
P&G Future Friendly Challenge - Week One: In the Kitchenposted March 23, 2011
This week we’ll be focused on how you and your teammates are Future Friendly in the kitchen. Do you wait for a full load before you run the dishwasher? Or maybe you reuse glass jars instead of throwing them away?