Homeworking Emissions Whitepaper

Last updated: 2nd February 2021

First ever open-source carbon calculation methodology for homeworking.

The impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19) have resulted in significant changes to our daily lives; affecting family life, leisure time, the way we travel and the way we do business.

An estimated 47% of UK employees – 14 million people – were reported to be working from home in April this year, and it is vital that corporates are accounting for the shifting boundaries of their operational emissions.

This paper, written in partnership with Lloyds Banking Group and NatWest Group and with special contribution from Bulb, defines a simple and easy to use process for calculating emissions of a workforce increasingly based at their own homes.

It provides a working methodology to complement the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol for the following three areas:

  • Emissions from office equipment
  • Emissions from heating
  • Emissions from cooling (where geographically relevant)

Download your copy here today to get one step closer to a better understanding of the full emissions impact of today’s business operations.

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