Companies cut staff flights by 38%

Six firms have saved an average 3,000 tonnes of carbon and £2m a year by cutting business flights under a WWF scheme. The programme is set to expand

Half of the participants in a WWF initiative to reduce business travel have cut the number of flights taken each year by 38% on average since joining the scheme.

This has saved them more than £2m and 3,000 tonnes of carbon each a year, WWF says.

WWF’s One in Five challenge began in 2009 with the aim of cutting participants’ business flights by 20% over five years.

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