Airline KLM’s CO2ZERO compensation service enables passengers to compensate for their flight-related carbon emissions and neutralise their flight’s carbon footprint. Read more on how you can help reduce CO2 emissions in the atmosphere.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are formulated by the UN to strive for a more sustainable future. Young environmentalist Ralien Bekkers asks KLM's Inka Pieter how KLM contributes to these goals. And what can a single traveller do?
How is the EU’s Disclosure of Non-Financial Information Directive reflected in travel administration?
At the turn of the year, the Finnish Parliament approved the implementation of the EU’s so-called Disclosure of Non-Financial Information Directive in Finland. The directive defines the disclosure of non-financial and diversity information on the part of certain kinds of companies. The areas of responsibility mentioned in the directive are the environment; social responsibility and employees; anti-corruption and anti-bribery activities; and supporting diversity. How does it affect your company? Read more.
Corporate Sustainability Reporting is coming – are you in control of your travel's environmental impact?
Do you know the size of the carbon footprint from your business travel? And what could you do to reduce the environmental impact of your meetings and events? Initiatives such as the Sustainability Reporting Award Finland and EU directive on mandatory sustainability reporting also increase the significance of sustainable travel.