Question 1: In what instances was Katie not thinking of environmentally sustainable uses of resources? Katie not thinking of environmentally sustainable uses of resources when she decided to throw the papers in the waste bin in her office where all lunch waste and rubbish was put by staff. She was also a bit neglectant when she threw the old ink cartridge in the waste bin in the office. She also didn’t check for errors in the report and disposed of the Manila folders, which could have contained important documents. Katie also wasted paper when she decided to check her report after she had printed it, which resulted in her having to print it again. Question 2: How could Katie work in a more environmentally sustainable way? Katie could have worked in a more environmentally sustainable way by shredding and recycling the papers she threw in the bin instead of putting them in the food bin. She also could have refilled the old ink cartridges or put in a safer place where it can’t leak or anything. Also Katie shouldn’t have replaced the files, they could have contained important documents. Instead she should have just tidied them. In the future Katie should check her report for errors before printing it off, so she saves paper. Question 3: What could Katie do to help the office become more environmentally aware and develop environmentally sustainable practices? To help the office become more environmentally aware and develop environmentally sustainable practices, Katie could have asked for helps or tips and not just assumed she was doing the right thing. By asking for help, she could have avoided these issues. Katie should think about the consequences for her actions and to work in a more eco-friendly way.