Changing work

Nowhere & Everywhere - sustainable work in future cities climate change

Sustainable work

Nobody is effective in their chair for 35+ hours per week sat at a desk in an office building. We all know that. We also know that many of the jobs that currently exist aren’t ethical and this is the case across nearly every country in the world. Part of creating a positive vision of the future and sustainable cities is addressing the way we work. There are human rights issues for why we should do this alongside environmental ones. We’re not born into this world hoping to spend 40 to 60 hours a week working in jobs that aren’t necessary, we don’t enjoy, are exploited in, or aren’t adequately compensated for in order for a select few to create billions of dollars in wealth (whilst accumulating power). Let’s design and implement policies that change the way we work, the time we have in life and the life we can enjoy.

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Nowhere & Everywhere - sustainable work in future cities climate change
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Nowhere & Everywhere - sustainable work in future cities climate change