Reports: Danish newspaper tackles journalists' air travel in bid to cut CO2

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Politken is reportedly planning to refocus its travel section to destinations easily reachable without fliying
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Politken is reportedly planning to refocus its travel section to destinations easily reachable without fliying

Major Denmark broadsheet Politiken pledges to end domestic air travel and minimise international flights for assignments

Journalists at major Danish newspaper Politken will no longer be able to travel by plane for domestic assignments in an effort to reduce the broadsheet's climate impact, according to reports. In addition,...

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