Topic: Sustainable Tourism
As part of its commitment to sustainability, Etihad Airway will operate a flight without any single-use plastics on board on April 22. Learn more here.
Natural Habitat Adventures will now offset the carbon emissions originating from all its guests’ air travel as of this year. See more here.
California is considering a statewide ban on mini-toiletries in a bid to tackle plastic waste. See what's being done elsewhere.
Cape Verde sees half a million tourists a year, mostly due to its unspoiled beaches and year-round sun. Here's what it could mean for the island.
The initiative brings four commercials competitors together to protect Africa’s lions. Read more below.
This latest initiative plans to reduce plastic waste by several hundred thousand plastic bottles per year. Learn more here.
With increased flight capacity bringing higher footfall to the islands, locals and industry experts have started voicing concerns about the looming impact of overtourism.
Costa Rica announced its National Decarbonization Plan in February. Here’s what the country’s sustainability timeline looks like now.
The new, low-pollutant fuel will be in use on all ships starting in July 2020, and they will all become smoke-free in October 2020. Read more here.
More than 79 percent of American travelers hope to become more ethically conscious in their future adventures, according to new research. Learn more here.