The impact of teleworking on domestic energy use and carbon emissions: An assessment for England
Do teleworkers travel less? The challenge of tele-sprawl
New research casts doubt on environmental benefits of hybrid working
Do teleworkers travel less? Evidence from the English National Travel Survey
Energy efficiency: What has research delivered in the last 40 years?
Why ‘rebound effects’ may cut energy savings in half
Energy efficiency and economy-wide rebound effects: a review of the evidence and its implications
Reviewing the scope and thematic focus of 100,000 publications on energy consumption, services and social aspects of climate change: a big data approach to demand-side mitigation
Is working from home better or worse for the environment?
A systematic review of the energy and climate impacts of teleworking
The limits of energy sufficiency: A review of the evidence for rebound effects and negative spillovers from behavioural change
Digitalisation of goods: a systematic review of the determinants and magnitude of the impacts on energy consumption
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