'Playing our part' | Could working from home help stop the war in Ukraine?

Could working from home help stop the war in Ukraine?

Workers across the continent have been encouraged to work from home to reduce the consumption of Russian energy and, in turn, reduce funding for the nation’s war against Ukraine.

This week, the International Energy Agency and the European Commission outlined a range of simple steps that people can take to reduce their energy use and save money, which would save enough oil to fill 120 super tankers and enough natural gas to heat almost 20 million homes if adopted by EU citizens.

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