Finally, an excuse to cancel all your plans: staying in is good for the environment

Americans are spending more time indoors and saving energy in the process. More people are working remotely, saving energy in the process. Pixabay Ellen Crupi lives in Bethesda, Maryland, but works for a startup company in Minnesota. She does everything online from sales pitches to video conferences. Working at home means she doesn’t have to dress…

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