New Research on Remote Work Carbon Footprints: What HR Leaders Need to Know

Josh Newell was featured in a synthesis article by Peter Matuszak on remote work and its associated carbon emissions. Newell emphasized that well paid workers tend to have larger homes and thus larger carbon footprints according to recent research. Remote work means more energy for cooling and heating those large homes which exacerbates this issue and outweighs any efforts to clean the regional grid that might supply electricity.
Read the article online here.