Posts Tagged ‘eco travel’
Posted by Zeke on 06 Oct 2011 | Tagged as: Eco General
Thursday, October 6th, 2011
The summer holiday season is fast approaching, and many of us are dreaming of soaking up the sun in style on the deck of a cruise ship. Naturally, the smart choice for seafaring holidaymakers would be a cruise with an eco travel line; traditional ocean liners are known for emitting large volumes of pollutants and grey water, and green travel companies have stepped in to create a more eco friendly cruise experience for environmentally responsible travellers.
As we face the threat of climate change and water shortages, clearing agent companies cruise liners alike are turning to eco friendly travel solutions, effectively reducing the environmental impact of ship journeys, be they for business or pleasure. So if you’ve set your sights on a holiday at sea, consider the following points so you can choose a cruise company that is truly committed to eco friendly travel: (more…)
Posted by Zeke on 20 Jul 2011 | Tagged as: Eco General
Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
The world appears to be entering a new era of greener travel methods, both personal and commercial. In recent years, we’ve seen some inspiring green travel developments take off – literally – as the air travel industry moves towards a more environmentally conscious approach. Costa Rica is the proud home of Nature Air, the world’s first certified carbon neutral airline, giving passengers the opportunity to enjoy their travels around popular Central American holiday destinations in a green and responsible manner. Over in the UK, travel giant Thomson’s has announced the imminent launch of Britain’s first biofuel-powered commercial flight – a 232 passenger Boeing 747 travelling on green fuel made of cooking oil and paraffin! (more…)