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Biden Outlines A Plan For Cleaner Jet Fuel. But How Clean Would It Be?

By Hiroko Tabuchi, a climate reporter based in New York At first glance, it’s a big step forward in curbing climate change. In a deal…

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Overselling Sustainability Reporting

By Kenneth P. Pucker, a senior lecturer at the Fletcher School at Tufts University, lecturer at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business and advisory director…

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Op Ed: John Harvey On How Sustainable Aviation Fuel Gives You Freedom To Travel

John Harvey of the Globalyse and Harvey & Heywood consultancies offers a game plan for taking advantage of a promising development in corporate travel sustainability….

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Posted in Careers Sustainability

The Climate-Equity Connection

By Auden Schendler, vice president of sustainability at Aspen Skiing Company. A little over a year ago, Syracuse University flew me all the way from…

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Buyers, Intermediaries To ‘Hold Hotels Accountable’ For Environmental Protection

Air travel gets a lot of attention, but lodging also generates greenhouse gas emissions. Given the number of hotel options in a given market, there…

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Corporate Collaboration On Sustainable Aviation Fuels Accelerates

Proponents of sustainable aviation fuels hope that momentum from corporates and governments on climate change action translates to big investments in cleaner flying. A raft…

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Op Ed: Clayton Nelson On A New President, New Rules And A Fresh Mandate For Sustainable Travel

The U.S. government’s reorientation to more sustainable thinking is a signal to businesses, according to Egencia head of strategy and business development Clayton Nelson. He…

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