World Refugee Day, which falls on 20 June each year, is a day of remembrance and a call for action.
If no action is taken, we could be living in a world without coral reefs by 2050.
The responsible travel train has well and truly left the station, but these organizations are doing more than talking about change – they’re making it happen.
These seven inspiring women are helping change the tourism industry for the better.
As travelers try to balance a desire to explore the world with trying to battle the causes of climate change, could traveling by train be the answer?
If undertaken consciously, travel can be a force for good – helping to create more equitable communities, conserve delicate ecosystems, and promote clean energy. Here’s how the travel industry is rising to the challenge.
Cruising may be back in a big way but there are good reasons not to jump on the bandwagon – cruise ships are more harmful to the planet than you may think.
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?
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.
More than just leaving a place better than you found it, regenerative travel offers a new way to think about and experience the world.