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UNEP launches Green Fins Hub – new worldwide digital platform to encourage sustainable marine tourism

Green Fins Hub will help diving and snorkelling operators worldwide to make simple, cost-efficient changes to their daily practices by utilising tried and tested solutions.

Seeing stars: the astronomical rise of Australian dark-sky tourism

Australia has a relative abundance of astro-tourism destinations, and a growing movement to help protect their darkness.

Intrepid and Byway partner to offer flight-free travel

Intrepid Travel has partnered with slow-travel specialist Byway to offer customers flight-free holiday options in Europe.

Why Tour Operators Are Emerging as Travel’s Most Vocal Leaders for Sustainability

The global focus on sustainability will be the catalyst for the asset light and human-focused tour operator sector going mainstream.

Special Tehran tour arranged for the hearing-impaired

[dropcap]A[/dropcap] guided tour has taken hearing-impaired people to several museums and historical places in downtown Tehran. Teheran was designated as an accessible tourism destination for all people by the Ministry of Tourism.

31 women leaders in travel experiences tech & distribution

The lack of women at the top of travel and technology is well known. So we want to highlight these 31 C-level women in tours and activities tech and distribution

Skål International presents the Sustainable Tourism Awards 2022

The Skål International Sustainable Tourism Awards are open annually to all public and private sector companies, educational institutions, NGOs and tourism-related government agencies worldwide.

Frozen adventure: the project promoting sustainable Arctic tourism

In recent years Europe's icy Arctic wilderness has become an increasingly popular holiday destination. But is it really possible to manage growing numbers of...

How holidays can help the people of Ukraine

The travel industry has moved quickly to support refugees from Ukraine and British holidaymakers can play a major role.

ABTA launches new sustainability advice to members

ABTA has launched new guidance to help travel agents incorporate sustainability into their business practices. The guidance was developed in response to feedback from members.

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