ON THE INSIDE TRACK: The newly rebranded Business Travel Association discussed carbon offsetting in aviation and sustainable growth at its annual conference

September 2019
Buying Business Travel;Sep/Oct2019, Issue 100, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses the Business Travel Association (BTA's) Conference, "What's Next?" that was held in Great Britain in 2019. Topics discussed include impact of business travel on the environment; carbon offsetting in aviation and sustainable growth; replacing Air Passenger Duty (APD) with a carbon offset tax; and appointment of Suzanne Horner at BTA.


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