Is cruising environmentally friendly? At first glance, the answer is no. Cruise ships use an awful lot of fuel to stay running 24/7, have a significant carbon footprint, and dump quite a large amount of wastewater into the oceans. However, as with all aspects of tourism and travel, there are significant initiatives ongoing to improve cruising’s impact and reduce its carbon footprint.
Traveling is a wonderful way to experience new cultures, enjoy local delicacies, and break the monotony. However, tourism also poses significant threats to the environment. So, how do you have a fun getaway while protecting the planet? Here are a few useful green vacation tips.
Going on roadtrips in an electric vehicle can be challenging at times. It requires proper planning, including locating charging stations along your route.
Not all electric vehicles are created equal. Indeed, some are better for longer trips than others. Below we’ve compiled the best tips to make your journey more accessible and enjoyable.
The environment had a slight breather as the pandemic curtailed travel. However, the world is opening back up with pent-up demand for travel. For an industry that emits significant greenhouse gases, will we undo the gains made so far? And how can you, as a individual, travel more sustainably?
Environmentalists have been up in arms for years about the damage cruise ships cause in the name of leisure. However, there are some cruise companies making an effort, and a small beginning is better than nothing at all. Here are six of the key measures towards a greener footprint to look out for.
Plan an eco-friendly honeymoon. You can have fun and help conserve natural resources all at the same time!