Where is tourism industry’s voice when it comes to the business response to climate change? Is it positioning itself to lead, follow… or be dragged?
Following several recent news stories about hotel approaches to towel and linen sustainability, here is a simple guide to getting it right.
It’s possible to help the people in Nepal without leaving the comfort of your own home. And be part of one of the most innovative mapping projects in the world today.
Amazonas Explorer’s owner Paul Cripps spoke to Jeremy Smith about the challenges of running a responsible tourism business in South America
Whether reinventing tours of Cape Town, showing that Shark Tourism can be ethical, or inspiring through writing and photography that reminds how great travel can be, the winners of this year’s African Responsible Tourism Awards are true innovators.
It’s time to stop seeing waste as just another environmental problem to be disposed off. We need to see it as a resource to be utlised.
Jeremy Smith speaks to Daniel Elkan, who founded Snowcarbon to make it easier for skiers travelling to the Alps to get there as sustainably as possible.
Tourism needs to change how it approaches its use to water. Setting targets to reduce its use is no longer enough.
A new category in World Responsible Tourism Awards recognises Innovation for Carbon Reduction”. There can be no more important task facing the industry – and society at large – today.
I now look for airbnb in a destination ahead of other forms of accommodation. If others act like me, what impact is this having on independent hotels and lodges?