If you are keen to reduce the environmental cost and increase the positive impact of your adventures, but are unsure of the best ways to do so, Sustainable Travel is the essential, accessible companion any traveller needs.
Sustainable Travel offers practical and achievable advice for those who want to make a difference in the way we experience the world. Having travelled around the world without flying, sustainability expert Holly Tuppen knows a thing or two about low-carbon and positive-impact adventures. Here, she shares what shes learnt from over a decade of sustainable travels. Sustainable Travel will help your trip to be a force for good with information on how to:
• Arm yourself with the right questions to ask tour operators
• Understand how to reduce your carbon footprint
• Embrace slow travel
• Pack responsibly
• Benefit the people, cultures and wildlife you visit
Also included is a guide to the worlds most sustainable travel experiences, including eco-tours, community tourism initiatives, alternative adventures, responsible destinations and green places to stay. With so many of us looking to travel in a more eco-conscious way, but not sure how to go about it, this comprehensive guide reveals what you need to know. Its a must read for anyone looking to tackle the climate crisis and support nature and communities through travelling.
Holly Tuppens passion for travelling the world responsibly started in 2008 when she set off on an around-the-world-without-flying adventure. On her return, Holly began to spread the word about sustainable travel through marketing for Green Traveller and as editor of Green Hotelier. She was also Communications Manager at the International Tourism Partnership (ITP), helping to shape corporate social responsibility strategies for the world's largest hotel chains. She is now a specialist in sustainable travel, creating content for The Long Run, the World Travel and Tourism Council, and the Association of British Travel Agents. Holly also writes for The Guardian, The Telegraph, Family Traveller, Suitcase Magazine, Conde Nast Traveller and Lonely Planet.
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