Now is the time to embrace sustainability

Draper, Stephanie
August 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);8/14/2009, p7
Trade Publication
The article comments on why the travel industry in Great Britain should bother about climate change in recession. It is stated that with a bit of extra thought, lots of cost savings, such as using energy more efficiently, can be environmental savings too. It is noted that the way travel industry operate after the recession will be shaped by the need to be more sustainable. It is stated that the low-carbon option will be best from a price perspective, as well as on environmental grounds.


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