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How should you interact, if at all, with animals on your travels? Jennifer Pulling from Animals Worldwide shares the pros and cons of visiting captive wildlife.
wmnsWORK is the tourism industry’s first business accelerator for women and non-binary entrepreneurs. Founder Iris Serbanescu and program participant Njeri Gachuhi share the benefits of the program and how it can help transform the industry for the better.
How can we make sure we act appropriately when visiting places with customs different to ours – and what even is cultural appropriation anyway?
Visiting dense, poverty-stricken areas of a destination can show travelers a side of the culture they wouldn’t otherwise see. But how can travelers do so safely, and without exploiting those who live there?
Tourism pledges help us do the right thing when we travel, and understand what “the right thing” is for a destination, but do they really change attitudes and behaviors? And how can we as travelers help make pledges more effective?
When you choose off-the-grid accommodation, you’re not only doing your bit for the environment. You’re choosing some of the most appealing – and often unconventional – stays in the world.
It’s no secret that transport and accommodation are the two biggest carbon emitters when we travel. By combining the two we can slash our travel footprint.
Love swimming and the environment? From challenging cold lakes to leisurely tropical seas, there are sustainable swim holidays for everyone. Here’s how to plan a swimming vacation.
By choosing travel that’s good for the environment, we can be doing ourselves a world of good, too. Here are tips on planning a sustainable and rejuvenating wellness holiday.
From harnessing solar energy to embracing sustainable materials, these clever, green tech products will power you up without draining the planet.
When it comes to accommodation, small is beautiful – and eco-friendly. Here is a range of pint-size options with tiny carbon footprints to match.
Whether it’s a wildlife watching trip in Africa or a desert dune adventure in the Middle East, here’s how to find an ethical safari.