Travel Daze’s B Corp panel: What can travel teach us about green washing?
by Amy Shapiro
It seems ‘green washing’ has nothing to do with fashioning sponges out of moss, despite what we imagined upon first hearing the term.
Etihad unveils new sustainable economy tableware, eliminating single-use plastic
Finally, an in-flight dining experience that doesn’t leave you guiltily fumbling a landfill’s worth of plastic wrappers for half the flight.
EARTH DAY: The travel trailblazers building back better
Meanwhile, we celebrated Earth Day by slapping single-use coffee cups out of the hands of unsuspecting commuters.
Have A South Coast Summer with Cupitt’s Estate’s New Luxury Pod-Style Accommodation
by Amy Shapiro
We only had to travel to Ulladulla to find southern hospitality that would give Dixie a run for its money. Ps if the art suddenly ‘turns off’… it’s the Smart TV. This editor felt mighty stupid.
CLIA’s annual sustainability report shows how cruise lines are negotiating barriers to alternative fuels
There are still significant barriers the industry will need to negotiate before adopting sustainable fuels. Here’s what they’re doing in the meantime.
Island hopping in the Philippines’ sustainable tropical paradise
by Sponsored by Philippines Department of Tourism
Want to provide a guilt-free tropical island getaway for clients with sustainability on their minds? The Philippines’ crown jewel, Boracay, is set to emerge from the global pandemic as a leading destination in this travel space.
APAC airlines target net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, urge governments to back sustainable fuel
The airlines are pinning their hopes on sustainable aviation fuel to help reach their ambitious, but important goal.
Carnival outlines new sustainability goals, with aspirations to achieve carbon-neutral ship operations by 2050
Meanwhile, considering the current state of play, the only thing Travel Weekly staff are aspiring to be by 2050 is alive and kicking.
Study: Two in five Aussies would swap a pay rise for more annual leave
Expedia has released some spiffy new data about how travel values have shifted during the pandemic, with many saying they have increased their budget for post-COVID jaunts.
MSC gets serious about building world’s first oceangoing hydrogen-powered cruise ship
MSC has ramped up its sustainability efforts and, thankfully, there isn’t a hint of greenwashing.
NCLH aims for carbon neutrality with new long-term strategy
Meanwhile, Travel Weekly’s editor is attempting to reduce his emissions by avoiding foods that cause him to break wind.
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