27 May '11, 8am

Remotely Green: Why Working from Home is the Ultimate Green Move

Remotely Green: Why Working from Home is the Ultimate Green Move

Your carbon footprint is minimized. Driving a car is just about the most air polluting activity an average person can engage in (aside from air travel). And yet this is how the vast majority of workers commute back and forth to their offices every day. A study commissioned by Sun Microsystems pinpointed the daily commute to and from work as being responsible for more than 98 percent of an employee’s work-related carbon footprint. The same study also found that employees on average save more than $1,700 per year in fuel and wear and tear on their vehicles when they work at home just 2.5 days a week. Your stomach solutions become greener. For most people, going to work every day means being away from home for eight hours or more. During this time, most of us will need at least one meal plus a coffee break or two. We don’t think much about it, but more often than not, we end ...

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2011/05/working-from-home-green/

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