Are carbon offsets off the agenda?

August 2013
Travel Weekly Australia;Aug2013, Issue 206, p22
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the offer of offsetting of carbon output in terms of carbon dioxide emissions from aviation fuel for the environmentally conscious air passengers from airline companies in Australia. It mentions that passengers can opt for this offer of offsetting their flight which helps the aviation companies in demonstrating their green environment friendly equipment. It informs that only 5 percent of the passengers opt for carbon offsetting offer.


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