What can travel do to become more sustainable?


Intrepid travel, who have been climate-conscious since 2005; states the only way to reach the vital goal of a 1.5-degree future is to reach out to all travel businesses and make this promise as a collective.

In 2021 they released a 25-page carbon measurement toolkit, in doing so they hope to halve emissions by 2030 in line with creating a net-zero economy

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Explore has joined the cause by creating a plan on bringing donations to support schemes all over the UK on land and marine habitats, Aiming to get more than £1m to help restore the UK’s natural environment by 2030.

Click here to see Explore's "ReWilding" Plan

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Exodus has developed a ‘People, Places and Planet Plan’. They pledge to reduce their carbon footprint by 50% by 2030 and remove their carbon trip emissions through validated carbon compensation plans.

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Trafalgar began their sustainability journey way back in 2008 with their inception of @treadright beginning a new 5 year strategy in 2021 called ‘How We Tread Right’ all in support of reaching carbon neutrality by 2030 or sooner.

Flick through this post to read their action plan

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Avalon Waterways

Avalon works to keep the blue planet green! Through every booking, they contribute a percentage to environmental organisations, such as The Ocean Cleanup, Trees 4 Travel, The Wildland Firefighter Association and many more.

They pledge to Pilot a program to use bio-fuel, aiming to reduce total carbon emissions by 50%.

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These are just 5 out of 100’s of our partners pledging to make a change. We’re looking forward to working towards these realistic goals, planning for the future of wellbeing for humans, for wildlife, and for our planet.