Caribbean Climate-Smart Coalition aims to emded resislience and renewable energy into recovery from the recent natural disasters
The Samoa Tourism Authority in collaboration with the Integrating Climate Change Risks into Tourism Sector facilitated training on adaptation to climate change for some of the small-scale tourism operators.
Busso von Bismarck, Founder at Qinous Smart Energy Storage asks whether there’s a two-step approach to clean energy for off-grid properties.
Housebuilding work keeps people from migrating to neighbouring countries in search of better opportunities after losing their homes
First voluntourism packages launched to bring international travellers back to the Nature Island and assist in its restoration and rebuild.
Updates range from accommodations, access, things to do, volunteering, info on the relief efforts, and responses to frequently asked questions
Human Trafficking, Plastic Waste, Climate Change, Slum Tourism and more were on the agenda at Tuesday’s Responsible Tourism sessions at World Travel Market 2017
Overtourism, certification, carbon, and communications were among the topics addressed in the first day of the responsible tourism programme at World Travel market in London
With a rapidly changing climate, we need to respond in an accelerated way. Incremental and marginal change just won’t be enough
The technology exists today to fully decarbonise the hotel sector, says report. Solving the issue of climate change becomes how to accelerate the solutions
Australia’s Federal and State governments are failing to produce effective long-term tourism policy to address climate change, according to new research.
Project will uncover “hotspots” in tourism operations across the value chain, to identify and prioritise opportunities for resource efficiencies.
Airports’ efforts to reduce their CO2 emissions are welcome, but not if the offsets being used are highly unlikely to deliver promised emission reductions
Travindy shares the stories that can transform tourism into a force for good. if you’ve a story that can help this happen, we’d love to hear from you
Signatories to the declaration “envision a future where walking, cycling, and shared transport are how the majority of citizens move around our cities.”
In principle, any development that makes a flight less carbon intensive is to be welcomed as a step in the right direction. However, it does not offer the sustainable solution that it is often presented as being.
A new plan to accelerate production of biofuels for passenger planes has drawn stinging criticism from environmentalists who argue that most of the world’s rainforests might have to be cleared to produce the necessary crops.
Research from Griffith University says it is essential that role of carbon offsets is honestly communicated so as their potential can be fully realised without greenwash