Part Two of Reed & Mackay’s latest report in its Thought Leadership series – Rethinking travel management as climate change intensifies – is out now.
It follows Part One, which highlighted the challenges businesses are facing as global temperatures rise and climate change intensifies. The first part of the report also takes a look at the future of work in general in this context.
Part Two of the report explores how and where travel policies need to evolve to take on these challenges, and what the future of corporate travel could be within them. Learn about the opportunities available to corporate travel management as the travel industry adapts and mitigates for a net-zero carbon world. The report asks, what are the travel management solutions that need to be taken into consideration?
Sustainability opportunities for travel managers
The report explores how organisations can meet sustainability targets, while continuing to achieve economic growth.
It also highlights the opportunities available to keep travellers travelling and continue in-person meetings. All while utilising best practices to mitigate global warming, including the use of sustainable aviation fuel.
The report includes contribution from Virgin Atlantic, which has been supporting sustainable aviation fuel production for more than 15 years. And it considers what else the industry can do to further decarbonise travel. Our experts explore where travel managers can play a key role in these opportunities and ensure their organisation’s C-suite take these issues seriously.
Download Part Two of the report to find out more about the role of business travel management as climate change intensifies.
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If you missed Part One of the report, download it here.
And you can read the first report published in our Thought Leadership series, on Blockchain in travel management – the emergence of a new tech era?