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  • Article of the Week: Is Working From Home Better For the Planet?
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  • Win of the Week: President Biden Launches Training Program For Climate-Focused Jobs
  • Bummer of the Week: Antarctica Sea Ice Levels Hit Record Low

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Article of the Week

Is Working From Home Better For the Planet?

While everyone else is losing their sh*t over Taylor Swift going to a football game, we're over here celebrating this.sick.beat news: people who work from home all the time cut emissions by 54% against those who work in an office, according to this report from The Guardian.


Apparently working from home for one day a week cuts emissions by 2%, and working from home for 2-4 days a week cuts up to 29% emissions. We're no finance bros, but that seems like a pretty sweet ROI for staying home and working in sweatpants.

Here's why working from home is so eco-friendly:

  • Fewer emissions from a daily commute
  • Less energy use in an office location
  • Fewer cars on the road, especially during rush hour

Also, we're gonna bet on the fact that you wash your clothes a lot less when you work from home cause you wear the same underwear for three days in a row.

And let's not forget one of the few good things that came out of 2020 that we never would've had if the world didn't start working from home:

If you have an in-person office job and want to persuade your boss to let you work from home, just tell them you're trying to save the planet!

Don't have the option to work from home? Don't sweat it, there are other ways to lower your impact at work. If you can, consider walking, biking, or taking public transportation to work. Bringing your lunch with you instead of ordering takeout helps too.

And if you want to be a real superhero, you can spearhead new sustainable initiatives at your office, like an office-wide volunteer day or a composting program.


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