Uber: How to reduce the carbon footprint of business trips

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Uber suggests 5 ways to reduce the carbon footprint of business travel

According to Uber, “annual growth in business travel is expected to reach $1.6 trillion in 2020, while on average, 30% of European business travellers fly once a month.” in an article, Uber suggest 5 ways of how organisations can reduce the carbon footprint of business trips, with reference to the

Choose eco-friendly suppliers

“Transport and accommodation make up the bulk of business travel expenses. But flights and rental cars also produce a lot of CO2 emissions, while hotels consume a lot of energy and create waste. Defining preferred eco-friendly suppliers in a travel policy can help support efforts to be green and reduce the environmental impact of business travel.”

“One way to find eco-friendly suppliers is to find out who has been officially recognised for their efforts. The Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), the international accreditation body for sustainable travel, provides certification to hotels and other accommodation providers who have sustainable operations.”

Why Become a Certified Hotel/Accommodation

GSTC, Accreditation, Certification

The GSTC Criteria form the foundation for Accreditation of Certification Bodies that certify hotels/accommodations, tour operators, and destinations as having sustainable policies and practices in place. GSTC does not directly certify any products or services; but it accredits those that do. Certification is conducted by certification bodies.

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How to reduce the carbon footprint of business trips by Uber for Business (December 2, 2019)

2021-02-07T16:15:01+08:0012월 3rd, 2019|

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