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1. India Leads World in Carbon Emissions Offsetting and Use of Online Services
India Leads World in Carbon Emissions Offsetting and Use of Online Services. The SITA/Air Transport World Passenger Self-Service survey of the worldís leading airports reveals that Indiaís air travellers lead the world in using airline websites for carbon emissions offsetting with 44% of survey respondents at Mumbai International Airport claiming to do so. By comparison, only 6% di
2. British Airways Starts Offsetting Carbon Emissions on All Flights Within UK
British Airways started offsetting carbon emissions on all its flights within the UK on 1 January 2020, as part of a commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
3. 2nd International Conference on Climate Change and Tourism to be Carbon Neutral
2nd International Conference on Climate Change and Tourism to be Carbon Neutral. The UNWTO is asking all participants of the 2nd International Conference on Climate Change and Tourism (Davos, Switzerland, 1-3 October 2007) to register with carbon offsetting organizations. Carbon offsetting mitigates greenhouse gas emissions and can involve renewable energy projects (such as solar,
4. Air France Invites Customers to Vote for Preferred Carbon Offsetting Project
Air France customers can now offset 100% of the CO2 emissions on all 450 of the airline's domestic flights per day. The airline has invited customers to get actively involved in this initiative by voting for the project that will benefit from the scheme:
5. Lonely Planet Survey reveals Travellers Interest in Sustainable Travel Options
Lonely Planet Survey reveals Travellers Interest in Sustainable Travel Options. Lonely Planet's annual Travellers' Pulse survey, which polled over 24,500 people worldwide, showed 84% of respondents said they would consider offsetting their emissions in the future, where only 31% had done so in the past. One of the strongest changes for the future was in volunteering. A huge 79% of
6. Honeywell Forecasts Steady Global Helicopter Demand for Next Five Years
In its 17th annual Turbine-Powered Civil Helicopter Purchasing Outlook, Honeywell Aerospace forecasts that 4,750-5,250 civilian-use helicopters will be delivered during 2015-2019. Overall, five-year demand for turbine-powered, civil helicopters remains steady versus the 2014 five-year forecast, with moderate improvement in new helicopter purchase plans reported, offsetting the shor
7. Australia helps boost New Zealand Visitor Arrivals
Australia helps boost New Zealand Visitor Arrivals. Statistics from Tourism New Zealand show visitor arrivals dropped 4.2% in November 2008 compared with the same month last year. Arrivals from Australia rose 1.8% in November, offsetting sharp declines in arrivals from most major Asian markets.
8. China Southern Airlines increases Fuel Surcharges
China Southern Airlines increases Fuel Surcharges. China Southern Airlines today increases its fuel surcharges on most international routes, in an attempt to assist in offsetting the continuing surge in aircraft fuel prices.

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