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Work less to save the planet? How to make sure a four-day week actually cuts emissions

Four-day working weeks are looking increasingly likely. Image: REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski

Anupam Nanda

Professor of Urban Economics and Real Estate, Henley Business School

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