Safeguarding the future of travel begins with each of us. Travelzoo, a global Internet media company, calls on travelers around the globe to make a personal #TravelforTomorrow pledge to become a conscious traveler.
The Thai Ecotourism and Adventure Travel Association (TEATA) is rolling out 20 new, inspiring tours designed to reduce carbon emissions and fully offset the rest, in local, Thai projects.
First Nature Tours (FNT) is making waves in the world of travel. Founder Kieron Wilde recently shared FNT's journey on the Outside Magazine podcast "The Daily Rally," discussing how regenerative travel can transform both the world and its travelers.
Intrepid Travel, the certified B-Corp and carbon-neutral tour operator, is now offering carbon labeling on over 500 itineraries, including its most popular trips, to offer greater transparency in how a trip impacts the Earth.
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 .
Labels and certifications are common in many different sectors and contexts – from the Fair Trade, one of the most recognised sustainability labels globally, to the EU organic seal for food. The travel industry also has numerous certification schemes. For TUI, these are a key driver for more sustainable tourism.
Legoland California, Legoland Florida, and Legoland New York Resorts announced that all parks will become Certified Autism Centers (CAC) by spring 2023
Intrepid Travel has reviewed its 140-plus range of wildlife experiences and removed tours that failed to meet its standards of ethical engagement.
If the fund shows both impact and returns are possible, maybe the financial markets will take sustainable tourism more seriously as a business opportunity — a critical factor for industry-wide change