Category: Ethical Travel Issues

Los Angeles Hotel transforming into housing for homeless people

Los Angeles County is partnering with the Weingart Center Assn. to repurpose a Baldwin Park hotel into 107 studio apartments for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

The town famous for autumn foliage that prohibited influencers

As hordes of photographers began descending on a small, rural community to capture its vibrant autumnal colours, local residents fought back – and won.

Spanish city takes action against public display of sexist outfits

The Spanish city of Seville has announced it will be cracking down on the antisocial behaviour of stag and hen dos.

Budapest takes measures to curb anti-social behaviour in its ‘Party district’

Authorities in Budapest have begun taking action to reduce anti-social behaviour in the city's 'party district' which has blighted the lives of many residents.

‘You can make money out of us’: the disabled people demanding more accessible travel and tourism

People with disabilities struggle to have their access needs met – so trying to organise a trip away comes with significant burdens. For Sarah Clifton-Bligh,...

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Ascott launches Somerset Sustainability Passport for eco-friendly engagement

The Ascott Limited (Ascott), a lodging business unit wholly owned by CapitaLand Investment, has unveiled the Somerset Sustainability Passport Programme to engage guests in a series of eco-friendly activities, wellness programmes and community initiatives at Somerset properties globally.