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A four-day workweek could help lower carbon emissions, experts say

Studies have shown a connection between working fewer hours and lower carbon emissions. But experts say the environmental benefits of a shorter workweek depend on how people spend their time when they’re not on the job.

Reset learns more about how shifting to a four-day workweek could help the environment.

GUESTS: Juliet Schor, economist and sociologist at Boston College; author of The Overworked AmericanAllyson Chiu, climate solutions reporter at The Washington Post

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