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Remote and hybrid working may have significant impact on carbon footprint

Workplace Insight

Fully remote workers can have a 54 percent lower carbon footprint compared with fully in-office workers, and all forms of remote and hybrid working have the potential to cut emissions, according to a new study from researcher at Cornell University and sponsored by Microsoft.

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Practical Strategies To Design For The Planet

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Environmental certifications like LEED and BREEAM are evolving to focus more on carbon emissions, alongside the rise of new frameworks such as NABERS. The integration of data analytics and smart building technologies is essential for carbon management and sustainability in the built environment.

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3 Reasons Why Flexible Workspaces Are Now The Best Long-term Office Solution

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In a time when environmental impact is more crucial than ever before, the use of flexible workspaces can be an effective way for businesses to make a positive impact on the environment and reduce costs. One of the most significant ways in which flexible workspaces promote sustainability is by reducing the carbon footprint of businesses.

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Even More Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint in the Office

Eco-Office Gals

As a way to combat or prolong the issue, many organizations have opted to go green by creating more eco-friendly working environments. Not only does reducing their carbon footprint helps the environment, but it also helps business. The great part about it is, many of these ideas can fit nicely into your budget.

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The Secret To Driving Demand: Eco-friendly Flexible Workspaces

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Companies are recognizing the importance of creating healthy environments that reduce their impact on the planet while protecting valuable resources. Architectural strategies that reduce energy consumption , such as maximizing natural light and using recycled or upcycled materials, contribute to a reduced carbon footprint.

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Climate Quitting And 7 More Reasons Your Company Needs More Sustainable Practices

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A staggering 90% of Gen Zs and millennials are actively striving to minimize their carbon footprint and positively impact the environment. A staggering 90% of Gen Zs and millennials are actively striving to minimize their carbon footprint and positively impact the environment.

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Reducing Your Company Carbon Footprint On The Road

Eco-Office Gals

It’s not only your profit margins that can suffer because of idling times, as these delays can often be costly to the environment too. Getting caught in rush hour traffic is not only unproductive, but can also put a huge strain on the environment. It’s in yours and the environment’s best interests to avoid such times.