I have heard that employees who work in organizations or buildings with a focus on sustainability are more likely to make more sustainable choices in their personal lives and homes.
For instance, if an office requires employees to separate recyclables, composting, and waste, the employees will tend to be better educated about how to implement this at home. While this seems intuitive, I'm wondering if this is true in practice?
Is there any research indicating whether employees in offices with a focus on sustainability make more sustainable choices in their personal lives and homes?
I'm interested to know if there's a relationship, and how strong the effect is.