Companies everywhere sound serious when they say they intend to make operations more sustainable. A surge in those publicizing targets and signing climate protection commitments includes several big names that assigned “science-based” goals to business travel emissions reductions.
EY, one of the world’s largest business travel spenders, aims to be carbon negative this year by removing and offsetting more carbon than it emits. Business air travel accounted for 75 percent of its total 2019 global carbon emissions. Against that baseline, the multinational professional services firm targeted a 35 percent reduction in all business travel . . .