Sustainable tourism best practices: Inverness & Loch Ness
Interview with Michael Golding, the CEO of Visit Inverness & Loch Ness about their sustainability practices and the Destination Climate Action Plan.
Dominica Cable Car draws positive attention despite attempts to derail it
The construction of the world’s longest cable car project in Dominica is widening the rift between the ones who favour it and only a handful of people who have been trying to highlight the project in a negative light with a narrative that is founded on misconceptions
Ecotourism in Marine Protected Areas as a tool to valuate natural capital and enhance good marine governance: A review
The conservation of biodiversity has both direct and indirect economic benefits for many sectors of the economy, namely tourism, being ecotourism considered one of the segments particularly adequate to value natural capital.
Intrepid Travel Removes Wildlife Experiences Not Aligned With Its Animal Welfare Policy
Intrepid Travel has reviewed its 140-plus range of wildlife experiences and removed tours that failed to meet its standards of ethical engagement.
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.
Ghana pursuing sustainable ecotourism as solution to climate crisis
Ghana is pursuing a sustainable ecotourism development agenda as one of the local solutions to addressing climate change impact on the environment.
Travel takes on food waste
With the number of global travelers having reached 1.5 billion in 2019, all of them needing to eat, tourism contributes significantly to the 40% of annual global food production that’s wasted.
Iberostar to be carbon neutral by 2030
Iberostar has pledged to eliminate its carbon emissions by 2030 – 20 years before the global goal set by the industry.
This Is How Tourism Must Shift to Actually Address Climate Change
A new report released during COP27 reveals that only one scenario could possibly reduce emissions in time.
UNESCO finds that some iconic World Heritage glaciers will disappear by 2050
Glaciers in beloved travel destinations, including Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Italy’s Dolomites, will be gone within the next 30 years, new research shows. And the effects of that loss will be catastrophic.