Carbon accounting for the coronavirus era: EcoAct publishes framework for remote working emissions calculation

Cecilia Keating
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Framework aims to plug growing 'remote working emissions gap' and prevent businesses from underreporting carbon produced by millions of employees working from home

With more than 14 million people now working from home and colder temperatures looming as winter beckons, businesses across the UK are at risk of underreporting their emissions if they do not update their...

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