Accounting for your Work From Home emissions

Updated: Jan 27

An estimated 47% of the otherwise office-based working population in the UK are currently working from home. The sudden shift came with a plethora of challenges which were extensively documented, including but certainly not limited to: juggling job priorities with homeschooling, inadequate desk set-ups or the risk of isolation.



One consequence most workplaces didn’t yet get around to tackling is carbon reporting under this scenario. Today we are launching a brand new resource to guide you. Over the past few months, we worked with customers and partners to run a model and narrowed it down to three emission scenarios to compare. We hope our analysis can also provide some insight to those organisations who are reflecting on what is the most sustainable option going forward, as the economy sets out on path to recover from the impacts of this pandemic.


You can download the full paper here:

Working from Home Emissions Briefing
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