With fewer business journeys and more remote collaboration, companies and their employees can innovate purposeful travel and gain a better work-life balance, as experienced during the pandemic.
Fewer business flights and more remote meetings will save money for your business, protect your employees’ well-being, reduce emissions, show corporate leadership in the climate crisis, meet investor expectations and ensure resilience.
Given companies significant purchasing power and leverage, businesses now have a unique opportunity to influence the acceleration of sustainable aviation, and to reduce their travel emissions through reducing the demand for business travel. The pandemic has offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to lock in reductions in global corporate flying and to introduce a new culture of purposeful and effective travel.
In 2020, businesses successfully adapted to a new way of working. The ease with which many employees and customers adjusted to being home and flying less revealed that those long-held ideas of the need to fly for work no longer stand.
Find out how 230 businesses across the world are performing on commitments to reduce corporate travel and report air travel emissions.
The ranking gathers data from 230 businesses across the world, targeting the biggest corporate flying emitters from different sectors. The ranking reveals that company commitments and reporting are still in the early stages of development. Current targets are not yet sufficient to reduce oil dependency and greenhouse gas emissions in line with 1.5°C warming scenarios, and reporting is not standardized and frequently opaque.