The Work-From-Home climate challenge

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The pandemic working-from-home regime imposed on many white-collar workers might have seemed like a gift for the climate. Fewer commutes, fewer cars on the road, fewer lights on in offices, as well as less heating and AC. It seemed like a big win.

Now, not so much. Paresh Dave, a technology reporter at Reuters, has been thinking through the ways corporations have burnished their green credentials over the years. They’ve, for example, been upgrading offices to cut emissions and reduce their carbon footprints, and they’ve been

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