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      BTS data: 60% of buyers do not manage ethical travel programmes

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      60 per cent of buyers who responded to a Business Travel Show survey admit they do not have an ethical travel programme. While 28 per cent plan to introduce one, one quarter believe it’s simply too costly and 8 per cent have no intention to disrupt the status quo.  Of the 39 per cent whose […]

      Searcys pilots new menu to reduce food waste across venues

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      Events caterer and restaurateur Searcys has revealed company-wide menu waste management targets across its venues. Catering for conferences, events and private parties, Searcys’ have introduced a new set of menu planning procedures, with the hope of reducing food and packaging waste by 20%.  Searcys ays its chefs at all venue will continue to use local, seasonal […]

      Navigating the road to sustainability in the workplace

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      PAs have a key role to play in the creation of environmentally friendly work spaces, writes Danielle Francis, PA to Chair at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)… The UK has announced a legally binding net-zero carbon target of 2050: Poorly considered energy use and waste production quite literally costs the Earth and is now set […]

      PA PROJECTS: The green office

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      Continuing our series of features looking at the tasks and projects that PAs are tackling, Karen Crowley, PA to the Managing Partner at construction specialist Baily Garner, discusses creating a more environmentally-friendly workplace… Unless you’ve been on a desert island in the middle of nowhere (which is where I would like to be…) you would […]

      Be a part of Goodwood’s pledge to plant 78,000 trees

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      Book your meeting or event with Goodwood in September, October or November and for every delegate that attends, a tree will be planted on the West Sussex country estate. Goodwood’s Head of Forestry Darren Norris (pictured), is overseeing the woodland project, which aims to plant 78,000 trees in one of the largest tree planting schemes […]

      New office, new you

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      With the market more competitive than ever before, should employers look at changing the office every five years to retain their talent and attract new employees? Not so long ago, the majority of businesses would change their office every ten years or so – either by relocating or refurbishing. However, with both technological advances and […]