In light of World Environment Day 2021, more workers are wanting to make their remote working environments more eco-friendly. Are you trying to work greener this year? If so, then you have come to the right place. As remote working professionals we know how to adapt your home office in order to protect the environment. Here are our top 3 tips to make your remote workplace more eco-friendly:
As remote working professionals, we could go on and on about the pros of working remotely. But did you know that working remotely has a positive impact on the environment? On average remote workers reduce greenhouse gas emissions, fossil fuel consumption, air pollution, single-use plastic and paper waste. By simply working remotely for a few days / week, we could make a big difference in battling the climate crisis.
The phrase ‘tech for good’ is something that has certainly risen in popularity in recent years. Perhaps even recent months. But have we forgotten about the literal meaning of the phrase? Is it now used as a way for organisations to tick a box when it comes to their green credentials, rather than using tech to create change?