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
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.
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.
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%.
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.