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Measuring managing and reporting GHG emissions from internal air travel

April 2013 – PSSI is a unique consortium of leaders from professional services firms to encourage and deliver tangible steps towards a sustainable future. Its sub-group on Internal Air Travel was set up to look into the measuring, management and reporting of internal air travel in the professional services sector. It was conceived of and launched by professional services executives in 2012. The group leverages the professional services’ expertise to better understand, communicate and act on their GHG emissions resulting from business internal air travel.

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The Professional Services Sustainability Initiative (PSSI) is a unique consortium of leaders from professional services firms to encourage and deliver tangible steps towards a sustainable future. Its sub-group on Internal Air Travel was set up to look into the measuring, management and reporting of internal air travel in the professional services sector. It was conceived of and launched by professional services executives in 2012. The group leverages the professional services’ expertise to better understand, communicate and act on their GHG emissions resulting from business internal air travel. The PSSI’s Secretariat is provided by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL).

This report was written by Doug Crawford-Brown, Director of the Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research (4CMR) at the University of Cambridge. It is based on research and data compiled by CISL and the members of the sub-group on Internal Air Travel from the PSSI Working Group. We gratefully acknowledge the contributions made by colleagues from KPMG (Markus Herz-Chairman, Gemma King); Accenture (Camilla Dreier); Capgemini (James Robey); Deloitte (Nick Robinson; Simon Booth); PwC (Bridget Jackson, Jon Hampson).

Published: April 2013