Scandinavia ranked world’s most sustainable tourism region
Sweden takes top spot as the world’s most sustainable tourism destination. However, it still retains the wooden spoon for coronavirus herd immunity strategy.
Intrepid Travel unveils new Premium range of tours
The world’s largest travel B Corp has launched 70 new trips that are sure to satisfy even the most discerning of travellers.
IHG outlines decade-long plan for sustainable tourism
Raise your KeepCup in delight at the hotel giant’s new spate of commitments to sustainable travel.
The two types of experiences Tourism Australia is banking on to drive the travel rebound
by Sponsored by Tourism Australia
The organisation plans to have a greater focus on two key areas that are in line with changing consumer behaviours and future traveller desires. Find out what they are here.
Klook’s three-pronged approach to (responsibly) meeting modern traveller demands
by Huntley Mitchell
The demands of modern travellers are forcing travel companies to rethink how to meet them in a more responsible and sustainable way. For Klook, that means a three-fold approach.
Bob Brown calls for private land to be used for sustainable tourism
by Christian Fleetwood
Environmentalist and former Greens leader Bob Brown delivered a passionate keynote at Travel DAZE yesterday, which you can relive right here.
Uluru honoured in top 10 best sustainable tourism destinations list
by Christian Fleetwood
Greenies, raise your metal straws! We’ve got a list of the best sustainable tourism destinations in the world for you to feast your eyes on.
Here’s why the closure of Maya bay is a win for the industry
by Dayana Brooke
ICYMI: Maya bay was recently closed indefinitely to give the marine life a chance to rejuvenate. We wish we could take some time off for rejuvenation but we fear we’d never return.
LUX resorts boosts eco-tourism in the Maldives with great new initiatives
Meanwhile, we’re trying to boost eco-friendly practices in our office by slapping single-use coffee cups out of our colleague’s hands. They’ll thank us once the burns heal.
GSTC chair, Luigi Cabrini “Tourism must be a leader in responding to climate change”
by Ali Coulton
We picked Cabrini’s brain about his favourite sustainable travel destinations and his time at the UN. We imagine he now has a bit of a headache.
Travel companies celebrate Earth Day with great new initiatives
We celebrated Earth Day by slapping single-use coffee cups our of strangers hands. They’ll thank us when they recover from the burns.
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