The idea is from the French-Colombian Carlos Moreno, urban planner and professor at the Pantheon-Sorbonne University in Paris, which means that we leave home and have access to our basic needs in a short time, on foot or by bicycle, since the proximity of services improves the quality of life of citizens.
This city concept aims to enable us to live, socialize and work in a nearby environment, avoiding long commutes and saving on costs and time, as well as minimizing CO2 emissions. The aim is to achieve a city that fosters human relations with nature, so that everyone can live in a safe and familiar environment.
There are many jobs that can be done remotely. Spending an hour or more every day to get to the office does not make sense if it can be done from home or very close to it.
The new urban proposal consists in the proximity and enjoyment of all the services necessary for a good quality of life, also in terms of resource management such as water or waste, in an efficient economy of neutral impact.
Teleworking has shown that “the 15 minute city” is a real option, an option that would help regenerate urban neighborhoods with the creation of green areas, proximity businesses, schools, leisure centers.
Nubeprint, thanks to its integrated DCA for smartphones, allows the teleworker to not have to worry about their printer cartridges as the system creates an alert and warns when it is about to run out, facilitating the shipment of the new cartridge always on time. Nubeprint also maintains a strong commitment to sustainability and advocates the circular economy, optimizing the use and replacement of consumables, as well as their recovery for reuse.
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