In an era where climate change and environmental sustainability are at the forefront of global concerns, Taxiyo.com is making a groundbreaking commitment. The company, known for its efficient and reliable airport transfer services, is embarking […]
In a bold move towards sustainability, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has declared a ban on the sale of single-use plastic water bottles at both Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Van Nuys Airport (VNY).
Are you looking for a travel experience that’s not only enjoyable but also responsible? Sustainable travel festivals may be just what you’re looking for.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority announced a plan to transform taxis in Dubai (Dubai Taxi and franchise company taxis) into 100% environmentally friendly (hybrid, electric and hydrogen-powered) by 2027.
Guests checking in at the luxury beachfront resort of Banyan Tree Krabi are reducing their carbon footprint on southern Thailand’s marine environment from the moment they arrive.
Single-use plastic cutlery and plates will be banned in England as part of efforts to tackle climate change, according to local media reports.
More and more travelers are desiring to make more mindful and conscious choices across the entire travel experience and they require higher levels of transparency from companies in terms of their environmental performance.
Tourism’s central role in advancing the Blue Economy was highlighted as UNWTO chaired a special session and joined a Heads of State panel at the One Ocean Summit, hosted by the French Presidency this week.
Palladium Hotel Group commemorates World Environment Day, which is celebrated on June 5th, with the signing of the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative.
A major new report released addressing the complex issue of single-use plastic products within Travel & Tourism.
Sandals Resorts International (SRI) is making it easy for visitors to celebrate World Oceans Day today and all year long by offering activities that help to preserve and protect the environment and the Caribbean Sea.
In an industry-first, Accor Greater China will replace single-use plastic bathroom amenities with a biodegradable solution.
Led by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative has welcomed 26 new signatories.