Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME), one of the leading meetings and conventions event in the region, has announced a series of partnerships with companies set to champion sustainability at this year’s event.
Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) continues to follow the royal wisdom of the late King Bhumibol and bring His Majesty King Vajiralongkorn’s idea to disseminate and further implement royal projects with the development of major tourism routes in five regions.
Integrated tourism group TUI Group recently released its 2017 Sustainability Report, highlighting progress on the Better Holidays, Better World strategy.
Heathrow Airport will significantly reduce and recycle all single-use coffee cups collected from over 20 retail and lounge business partners at the airport, as part of a longer-term vision to phase out single-use plastics.
Virgin Atlantic won World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Tourism for Tomorrow Innovation Award.
This year’s ITB Berlin will examine overtourism, integrating refugees and the financial viability of social tourism projects under the ‘sustainability’ heading.
According to GlobalData’s, latest report Top trends in sustainable tourism increased awareness of social, economic and environmental sustainability has given rise to a new type of tourist, characterised by environmental and cultural sensitivity.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) has been recognised by Airports Council International – North America for completing the second step of carbon accreditation, a process to reduce carbon emissions and advance sustainability efforts at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP).
Aiming to expand its deep commitment to sustainability, Costa Cruises has recently partnered with Winnow, a cutting-edge tech company committed to tackling avoidable food waste by providing the hospitality industry with creative ways to be more efficient.