'The (gas) price of working from home is too high for employee and society'
Even in the lee of the pandemic, many people continue to work (partly) from home. Employers are cancelling large office spaces because they are not being filled. That is a mistake, argue Linde Kattenberg and Martijn Stroom, because of the energy crisis we should actually start working in the office again.
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Fossil subsidies undermine climate policy, says Patrick Huntjens and other colleagues in an opinion article.
Obligation for energy label C for offices seems to have desired effect
Professor Harry Hummels, Professor of Ethics, Organizations and Society, emphasizes the importance of dialogue about this with stakeholders. In one of his latest papers, People in Chains, he aims to start a movement from "people in economic chains" to "fellow people in value(s) chains.