The pandemic has brought a dramatic increase in teleworking frequency and digital skills that no planned measure would ever have been able to achieve in this time and dimension. But what are the lasting consequences of this shift? Is it actually possible to significantly reduce carbon emissions by increasing teleworking? Or are we just shifting trips to other purposes, for example leisure trips to get out more often when we don’t go to work? And what about unintended side effects, like the growing number of commuters giving up their annual passes for public transport, because they do not need them for just two work trips per week?
Clemens Brauer (Fraunhofer ISI) shared the insights from several studies.
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