The environmental impact of video conferencing technology
Can we all agree that one of the best benefits of working remotely is skipping the morning traffic jam, powering up your laptop, and jumping on a Webex video conferencing call from the comfort of your own home? And for businesses, the perks of collaboration technology are clear – including increased productivity for global teams. As we continue to re-think how remote teams are shaping the future of work, one other benefit that can’t be ignored is the positive impact remote workers have on the environment. The ability to hop on a video conference call, instead of meeting in person is a game-changer.
The verdict? Working remotely not only has benefits just for us humans, but for Mother Nature as well. From reduced gas consumption and tinier carbon footprints to less greenhouse gas emission and using less kilowatts of energy, remote workers have a measurable powerful and positive effect on this rock we call Earth and its environment.
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