TTC commits to new sustainability goals, plans to be carbon-neutral by 2030
Meanwhile, we’re reducing our carbon footprint by strapping a tiny solar panel to our office dog. We’re not sure what’s it’s powering, but he looks very cute.
CLIA sustainability report shows $2 billion increase in ships with cleaner fuels
It looks like the cruise industry has managed to juggle its COVID-19 struggles with its sustainability goals. Next, it’ll be pulling rabbits out of hats and scarves from its pockets.
“Hygiene is the baseline now”: Soneva’s founder and CEO talks recovery, sustainability and wellness travel
by Huntley Mitchell
We caught up with Sonu Shivdasani to find out how the luxe resort chain is picking up the pieces from COVID-19 and putting them back together.
Carnival commits to reducing its carbon emissions by 40 per cent by 2030
The world’s largest cruise company has released its annual sustainability report for 2019, revealing it has kicked some pretty high goals when it comes to pollution reduction.
STUDY: Australia’s airline emissions could halve due to COVID-19
This new bit of research proves there’s a silver lining to the impact of COVID-19 on commercial aviation.
Hawaiian Airlines and Kealopiko: The story behind the carrier’s newest sustainable partnership
The airline’s reason for working with Kealopiko extends beyond creating comfortable goods that help its guests rest throughout their flight.
Port Authority of NSW to re-examine ship-to-shore power feasibility
by Christian Fleetwood
The state port authority will re-examine whether implementing ship-to-shore power at White Bay Cruise Terminal is cost-effective.
Damning court report reveals Carnival continuing to violate environmental laws
Although efforts aimed at environmental compliance are underway by Carnival, a court report has revealed the company continues to violate laws.
Road & Rail
Bus service could use cruise ship waste as fuel to meet zero-emissions targets
by Christian Fleetwood
A cruise ship shuttle bus service has proposed an innovative method of cutting emissions that could solve a big waste problem in the tourism industry.
Europe’s “greenest airline” flight shames business class with confrontational video
This airline says business class should be banned due to seats producing significantly more emissions per flight than economy.
Air New Zealand trials edible coffee cups as it explores innovative ways to cut waste
While Aussie carriers are still serving brews and bevvies in plastic cups, the Kiwis are proving they are leaps and bounds ahead in going green.
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