Lufthansa expands ‘green fares’ across European services
European aviation giant Lufthansa Group is to introduce its new "green fares" across its short-haul flights after successfully testing the initiative in the Scandinavian market last year.
Banning flights on UK routes with fast rail links ‘could cut flight emissions by third’
Banning domestic passenger flights for journeys with viable train routes of under four-and-a-half hours would cut Great Britain’s emissions from domestic aviation in half, according to a new report published by the Intergenerational Foundation
Virgin Atlantic scraps gendered uniforms as part of inclusivity drive
Virgin Atlantic has scrapped gendered uniforms and will instead allow crew to choose the workwear they feel represents them most.
EasyJet to stop offsetting CO2 emissions from December
Airline unveils ‘roadmap to net zero’ strategy focusing on sustainable fuel and more efficient planes
Can a cruise ship be sustainable?
The cruise industry has such a bad reputation. Despite the public’s professed concern over climate change, searches for cruise holidays are on the rise again. Can cruise ships be sustainable?
How a tour operator maximises the positive impacts of travel on people and cultures – Interview with Natalie Kidd
Interview with Natalie Kidd, the Managing Director Asia, Intrepid Travel about the socio-economic impacts of travel and what Intrepid does to maximise the benefits for the local communities .