Etihad to operate entirely plastic-free flight for Earth Day
This Earth Day, Travel Weekly is committing to slapping single-use coffee cups out of the hands of at least three commuters on our way to work. They’ll thank us when they recover from the burns.
How to access clean drinking water without harming the planet
by Dayana Brooke
Planning on travelling to a destination that doesn’t have clean drinking water readily available? Here’s how to ditch the plastic bottle.
“We are in a position to make a difference”: Expert tips to make travel more sustainable
by Dayana Brooke
We’re making a difference today by turning off all the lights in our office and working by candlelight. We’ve only set off the fire alarm six times so we’re ruling it up as a win for sustainability.
How do we solve the airline industry’s plastic problem?
The average passenger generates 1.4 kilograms of waste per flight. Just in case you needed another reason to hate aeroplane food.
G Adventures celebrates Galapagos Islands plastic ban with free reusable water bottles
The adventure travel company is fighting the good fight with some fab new initiatives. If that doesn’t brighten up your Monday, we don’t know what will.
Hurtigruten celebrates 125 years of cruising with 11,000 nautical mile party!
Sounds like our kind of party! But then again, every kind of party is our kind of party as long as there’s champagne and/or cheese involved.
Hurtigruten to become the world’s first plastic free cruise line
Meanwhile, we’re eliminating plastic containers by going out to lunch every day instead of packing food from home. On an unrelated note, we’re now broke.
Hilton APAC President: “Yields in Sydney are the strongest they’ve ever been”
by Ali Coulton
We chatted to Alan Watts about the Hotel giant’s continued APAC success and what they’re doing to give back to local communities.
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