Nelson, Paul; Taylor, Ian
January 2007
Travel Weekly (UK);1/26/2007, p37
Trade Publication
The article discusses the issue over carbon offsetting and the carbon offsetting schemes introduced in the British travel industry. The travel industry has been urged to create a segmented market of green products. According to responsibletravel.com managing director Justin Francis, the industry is 10 to 15 years behind other sectors in terms of corporate social responsibility. Companies that introduced their own carbon offsetting schemes include Lastminute.com and First Choice.


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