What comes to mind when you hear the term "remote work"? Do you imagine someone sitting at home, working away on their laptop with Netflix on in the background? Or maybe someone working from the beach in Fiji? Many people are now seeking for remote jobs to achieve a better work-life balance, save time and money by skipping the drive into work, or have more freedom to create their own schedule. And hey, I don't blame them! Working remotely is a dream for someone that works a 9-5 office job (#CubicalLife). However, the one benefit of remote work that many tend to overlook, is the fact that we are actively reducing our carbon footprint without even realizing it! How? Well, there are a few ways.