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Vodafone Germany starts Mission Green programme to reduce employees' carbon footprint

Wednesday 9 October 2019 | 15:53 CET | News
Vodafone Germany said that it has started a programme called Mission Green that aims to reduce the carbon footprint of its employees. For example, employees are encouraged to ride a bike to work, eat vegan or taking part in video conferences instead of flying to meetings.  The company helps its employees with a variety of other services, including bike leasing, car sharing and public transport tickets. 

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