In many work contexts, we lack social and technical paradigms that support deep engagement with environmental sustainability. We need new ways of working and new workplace tools that enable sustainable concerns to affect the spectrum of work activities. While a full treatment of this issue would take more than a few pages, this article seeks to touch upon a few transformations that are likely to occur as workplaces seek to support sustainability, and as sustainability in turn impacts work. Briefly, we need to work more broadly, work elsewhere, and work toward different goals. Work More Broadly While environmental…
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