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Working From Home: Sustainable Practices

The COVID-19 pandemic transformed the way we work, accelerating the adoption of remote work practices.

This shift brought numerous benefits, such as improved work-life balance and increased flexibility, it also raised questions around how to manage its environmental impact. As organisations continue to embrace remote work, it is essential to understand how working from home affects an organisation's carbon footprint and how we can work from home sustainably.

The Impact of Remote Work on Carbon Footprint

Sustainable Practices for Remote Work

If working from home emissions make up a material segment of your organisation’s emissions, here are some ways this can be managed:

Working from home offers a unique opportunity to reduce an organisation's carbon footprint, but it requires a conscious effort to ensure sustainability. By promoting energy-efficient practices and encouraging the use of renewable energy sources, organisations can embrace remote work while minimising their environmental impact. Reach out to Trace to find out how we can help you drive engagement and sustainable practices for your employees.

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