WE HUB DK: Er hjemmearbejde bæredygtigt?

Date(s) - 10/14/2021
1:00 AM - 4:00 AM

One of the crucial beliefs in the transition to remote and hybrid working is that it is a more sustainable way of working due to lower transportation times. But is this belief borne out by the facts? When one sits to do the analysis, the issue becomes much more complex.

Join the next IFMA and Dansk Facilities Management netværk‘s Workplace Evolutionaries meeting on 14 October 2021 from 13.00 – 16.00 at ISS A/S Headquarters. Joseph Nazareth,  Head of Health, Safety, Environment and Quality and Corporate Responsibility (ESG) at ISS World Services A/S and Steffen Max Høgh, CSR Director, HOLMRIS B8, podcast- host and author of the book Sustainable Business will share their perspectives on the challenges and where we will discuss sustainability implications of the transition to hybrid and remote working. (Note: The session will be in Danish)

What are the transition’s primary and secondary sustainability effects? Does the less time and energy spent commuting compensate for the primary and secondary effects of the increased use of power to heat and cool larger homes, the potential for more e-waste, shifting responsibility for environmental action from companies to remote workers?