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26 April 2010: The World Food Programme (WFP) has begun using a tool to calculate emissions from the organization’s travel in order to track its environmental impact.

WFP will use the tool initially to help its staff make better decisions on non-essential travel and then to find ways to compensate for emissions that cannot be […]

26 April 2010: The World Food Programme (WFP) has begun using a tool to calculate emissions from the organization’s travel in order to track its environmental impact. WFP will use the tool initially to help its staff make better decisions on non-essential travel and then to find ways to compensate for emissions that cannot be avoided. [WFP Press Release]

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