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Sustainability Reporter Keeley Warren Speaks With Patricia Woiton Of Fly.Green on Travel Writers Radio

Have you ever wondered what carbon offsets actually mean when you are offered the chance to pay a relatively small sum compared to the airfare to do your bit for the environment. Well you are not alone – our special reporter on sustainable and regenerative tourism, Keeley Warren speaks to Patricia Woiton of Fly.Green, which is a search engine you can use when researching your flight options. It enables travellers to compare the relative environmental benefits of one airline against another and you might be surprised at what emission savings you can achieve as a result of the choices you are offered.

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