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How to make your corporate travel more sustainable in 2022

Mid-January, and organisations are beginning to look in the mirror and ask: What best practice targets and ambitions have we set for this year? Which do we need to work harder at? Is it too late to still make some new year’s resolutions?

When it gets to operating your business more sustainably it is never too late. Especially when it comes to travel.

There are still 50 weeks of 2022 to make a difference. And many sustainability resolutions will continue into future years to come.

From pledging to eliminate unnecessary travel to meetings that can be held virtually, to walking and cycling more and driving less, or supporting your business by working with ATPI to create a more sustainable travel policy, the sooner you start on your sustainability strategy, the sooner it will make a positive impact.
 
Many of you will be receiving your 2021 year-end travel review as January draws to a close. This is the perfect opportunity to request CO2 reports if you don’t already receive these. 

By reviewing your CO2 travel footprint report you have taken the Step 1: Measure-Reduce-Offset.
 
Step 2: Reduce – is where you can analyse the data and make recommendations for a reduced carbon footprint, for instance:

  • increase domestic rail use and cut domestic air travel
  • travel on direct flights as far as possible, reduce transit points in general
  • support hotels that have environmental pledges and policies
  • choose car rentals that provide e or hybrid cars

 
Step 3: Offset – is where ATPI Halo offers a range of world class carbon offset projects for clients to choose from, when they decide to offset their unavoidable and essential travel footprint. To learn more about ATPI Halo visit https://halo.atpi.com/ 

If you wish to discover more about the opportunities on how to make your travel program more sustainable, please contact Pippa Ganderton via pippa.ganderton@atpi.com