Video conferencing: Green Business Travel

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009 by Nigel

Videoconferencing

Continuing on the green travel theme, if you travel for business to meet clients and suppliers, you could save money and cut carbon emissions by video conferencing instead.

Video conferencing is a way to hold meetings with clients or suppliers all over the world – in real time – without stepping on a plane, but using high quality video screens instead.

Paul Dickinson of the Carbon Disclosure Project gave me a demo a while ago. It was pretty impressive. So we’ve taken the initiative and teamed up with Europe’s largest video conference public room provider, so that you can access high quality video conferencing straight away without buying any equipment. You hire it by the hour instead. Top video conferencing destinations include London, New York, Johannesburg, Singapore and Dubai.

Rates start from £80 per hour.

Click here for more information


One Response to “Video conferencing: Green Business Travel”

  1. Joan Earth Says:

    More and more companies are doing this, in fact so are individuals at home. Some people I’ve spoken to think it may even be the travel of the future, where most of us don’t go anywhere at all – apart from strolling round the block or to the park.