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People, Planet, Profit – The Triple Bottom Line

This post is the first in a series dedicated to highlighting examples of new ways to reshape the workplace, both for businesses and governments, by encouraging practices designed to benefit employees and customers while protecting the environment and making/saving money.
The Raspberry Pi, developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in 2011, was developed to help teach basic coding and computing skills to school children.  The size of a credit card, or a small block of cheese, the Pi costs just $35 each, and hundreds of thousands have been produced since it’s inception.  No longer does a user need to spend large…