Corporate Travel Management (CTM) are providing benefits in the ESG landscape for travel managers and buyers via a tech product providing emissions data for flights, hotels and train travel.
With the added pressure around ESG targets and reporting impact, CTM’s booking platform is helping set businesses monitor achievable reductions in their carbon footprint relating to travel.
CTM is a supporter of the BTtb Annual Travel Conference, September 6 and 7 at Sydney’s Royal Randwick Racecourse.
Businessehttps://bttbtravelconference.com/s around the world are committing to ambitious net-zero targets, governments are supporting with green taxes alongside rebates, loans and grants for greener investments in agriculture, renewables and energy-efficient cities.
Sustainable travel choices and more detailed information on the environmental impact of supply chains have continued to rise in the customer priorities in CTM’s Global Customer Survey for 2022.
Travellers, Travel Bookers, and Travel Managers want an online booking platform that provides accurate guidance on emissions for flights, hotels and train travel so they can make informed decisions and influence a more sustainable restart to travel for their employees and productions.
Travel Managers and sustainability leads within organisations also want to be able to set and monitor achievable reductions in their carbon emissions from travel.
To support these needs, CTM has developed a whole range of tools and functionality in our online booking platform, Lightning, to help businesses drive greener travel initiatives.
It’s greener on this side: CO2 per airfare segment in Lightning search results
For many years, CTM has provided dedicated carbon emissions reporting and offsetting through a dedicated Climate+ dashboard and suite of reports where you can see a breakdown of emissions by travel type, cabin class, region, cost centre and more, as well as real carbon market data on offset costs per tonne, per trip and traveller.
How you can leverage analytics and reporting to understand the level of impact on the climate.