Global business travel organisation, Clarity, continue the launch of the number one travel management podcast, Absolute Clarity season five with an episode discussing whether sustainability is a buzzword in 2021.

Following the launch of Clarity Studios’ fourth feature film, Yellow Planet, Clarity have dedicated the latest episode of their popular podcast series to the film’s theme – sustainability in travel.

Yellow Planet is the latest film from Clarity Studios, not coming to a cinema near you, and looks at the way companies, and travellers can do their bit to ensure they are travelling sustainably.

Launched on September 8th across all major podcast platforms, it features Nico Nicholas, CEO and Co-Founder of Trees4Travel, and Jo Austin, Sales Director at Lime Venue Portfolio part of Compass Group UK and Ireland.

The episode aims to answer the question, ‘Is sustainability a buzzword?’, with the guests looking at the way in which their respective companies are doing their bit to ensure a sustainable and responsible approach to doing business.

From carbon offsetting and tree planting to plant-infused burgers that make it impossible to tell the difference, our guests offer a wide range of options for companies looking to dip a toe or dive right into the mix of sustainability.

Speaking about the episode, Absolute Clarity host Kyle Daniels said:

“I’m definitely a novice when it comes to the sustainability conversation, that’s why I wanted to welcome guests that would educate me and our audience, without baffling us with science. It has to resonate with people, and when you think about the effect that global warming is already having on the planet, you can’t help but sit up and take notice.

Thankfully, Trees4Travel and Lime Venue Portfolio, are doing most of the heavy lifting for companies, making it easy to begin their sustainability journey, and you can see that it is already making a huge difference.”

Now in its fifth season, the podcast is hosted by Kyle Daniels and has featured such guests as Virgin Atlantic, Travelodge, Avanti West Coast, Microsoft, The Institute of Customer Services CEO Jo Causon, and best-selling author Professor Damian Hughes.

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