Sustainable travel is finally going mainstream – and with a new call to action: regenerative tourism.
Floods, heatwaves, forest fires and droughts have put the environment at the forefront in 2022. At the same time, travellers are eager to reconnect with nature coming out of the pandemic. So how can we do this without becoming part of the problem?
In Booking.com’s 2022 Sustainable Travel Report, which polled 30,000 global travellers across 32 countries, 42 per cent said that recent news about climate change had influenced them to make more sustainable travel choices. More than half (57 per cent) said they wanted to travel more sustainably in the next 12 months.
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