The Eco-Friendly Home Office


| 5/18/2017 9:35:00 AM


Tags: home office design, energy efficient home office, carbon footprint, fossil fuel dependence, Destiny Hagest,

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Something has happened that I don’t think anyone ever expected: digital entrepreneurs cut the environmental impact of the workforce. As industries evolve, current estimates speculate that as much as half of the workforce in the US could be telecommuting by 2020.

Telecommuting is attractive to a lot of different people from many walks of life, from stay at home moms that want to be there to see their kids grow up, to college graduates that want the freedom to travel while they work. Even more appealing though, is the huge opportunity to drastically reduce the ecological impact of a worldwide population of workers.

Less Gas, More Sass

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The world of telecommuting has completely revolutionized the way people work and shaken up the conventional office space to one of our own design.

Commute? Optional.




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