Olympic travel plans help O2 to cut CO2
Mobile communications company O2 has saved 30 tonnes of carbon in one month through flexible working plans implemented to combat potential disruption to travel in the capital due to London 2012The UK arm of Spanish telecommunications firm Telefonica has revealed that it has been able to save 100,000 miles and 6,000 hours of commuter travel since the opening of the London 2012 Olympic and Pa
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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has today moved the Doomsday Clock forward from 100 to 90 seconds till midnight – the closest it has been since the clock’s inception in 1947.
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