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Homeoffice and climate change

How COVID-19 working routines can save emissions in a post-COVID-19 world.

2020-08-19_gpd_homeofficestudy_english.pdf

2020-08-19_gpd_homeofficestudy_english.pdf

The ‘Corona Crisis’ is affecting our social life at an unprecedented intensity. The measures taken to contain the spread of the pandemic, such as contact and travel restrictions, have created serious economic disruptions to daily work habits, production, and the temporary closure of trade and service industries. At the same time, the crisis is being discussed in the context of climate protection — as global CO2 emissions significantly declined at the peak of the ‘Corona Crisis’, the question emerged what our society can learn from the COVID-19 experiences.

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The ‘Corona Crisis’ is affecting our social life at an unprecedented intensity. At the same time, the crisis is being discussed in the context of climate protection — as global CO2 emissions significantly declined at the peak of the ‘Corona Crisis’, the question emerged what our society can learn from the COVID-19 experiences.