>>Google's a really easy place to be green
'cause there's constant dialogue going on.
Googler's organize over an internal website
to coordinate rides into work.
I live in San Francisco so my bike commute
is about 45 miles.
I've done it once.
It's a bunch of fun to do with lots of people.
So on days when I'm not up for riding the
45 miles down from the city, Google has shuttles
to and from different destinations in San
Francisco and all over the peninsula to get
The shuttles all run on bio diesel so they're
Google has an internal website where I can
check out a car for free. It's plugged in
to solar panels that power the cars while
they're parked here and wait for employees
It's a pretty crazy perk to see.
There's a whole parking lot of them and a
big roof of solar panels above.
Instead of taking a shuttle, I hop on a campus
bike to get from building to building for
Definitely adds to the playfulness of the
campus and I feel I get there faster than
any shuttle would allow.
This is a picture of me in the garden that's
outside some of our Google cafes.
We have two gardens on campus and they're
all edible so everything in the garden is
used in our cafes.
Cafe 150 is a great spot on campus that only
serves food grown within 150 miles of the
The theme of today was corn.
Corn was in the main entree... I think it
was even in the dessert and it all tasted
I think I wanted to work at Google because
it was a socially responsible company and
I think corporate social responsibility is
a hot buzz word right now but it's amazing
to be able to do something that I know how
to do well as part of a broader initiative
to do some things sustainably.
To do something progressive.
I'm not the "green" kid at Google.
It's everyone that's all around here.