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WeWork removes meat products from catering & expenses claims

by Futures Centre, Jul 20
1 minute read

WeWork, the real estate company that rents out and manages office space, has announced it will no longer hold any staff events that include meat and that staff will no longer be able to expense any meals that include poultry, pork or red meat.

The company, which has 175,000 members working across 64 cities, cited environmental concerns as the reason behind the move. It has estimated that the new policy could avoid 445.1m pounds of CO2 emissions and 15,507,103 animals by 2023.


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