Three in four European corporate travel decision makers polled early this year agreed that changes were needed to address sustainability in business travel, but only 17 percent were confident in pulling that off.

"The apparent disconnect really tells quite a simple story," according to Jim McClelland, a sustainability expert and author at publisher Raconteur, which conducted the SAP Concur-sponsored survey of 2,450 corporates in Europe. "Travel managers know the company needs to care about its carbon emissions. Equally, they know travelers are positive about shrinking their personal footprints. However, the managers don't always have . . .

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