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The Strategically Sustainable Business Travel Program

Companies need a new paradigm for managing business travel in a carbon-sensitive world.

Here it is.

One clear goal. Two KPIs. Four integrated strategies. Zero fluff.

The titel page is "The Strategically Sustainable Business Travel Program" on top; below is a picture of a forested mountaintop with an airpline silhouette in white.
  • The glide path to decarbonizing business travel budgets.

  • The power of carbon-acceptable airfares

  • The CFO's must-have travel report

  • Six pre-booking tasks.

  • Seven Path Forward steps.

  • New survey-based findings

  • 45 pages, 35 exhibits.​

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