'Short haul flights should be a last resort': Football clubs urged to sign up to Sustainable Travel Charter

James Murray
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Credit: Millwall FC
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Credit: Millwall FC

Millwall, Bristol City, Bristol Rovers, Forest Green Rovers, Mansfield Town and Swindon Town become first clubs to promise to tackle transport-related emissions

Six English Football League clubs have this week committed to taking steps to minimise the use of short haul flights, after signing up to a new Sustainable Travel Charter designed to cut emissions across...

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