BMI plans carbon offsetting

Gray, Chris
February 2008
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;2/29/2008, Issue 2806, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that British airline, BMI, plans to launch a carbon offsetting program despite its concerns about the effectiveness of such schemes. According to BMI deputy chief executive officer Tim Bye, the airline has been skeptical about the carbon offsetting schemes, but has decided to look at several providers.


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