Eurostar signals end to carbon offsetting

Will Nichols

Rail operator pledges to maintain zero-carbon journeys while refocusing on cutting company-wide emissions by a quarter

Eurostar has abandoned carbon offsetting passenger journeys and will focus instead on cutting emissions across its business by 25 per cent over the next five years. The company previously offered carbon...

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