As the global travel industry is starting to open up again, we speak with Joana Oliviera from the eco-resort Quinta do Lago in Portugal to hear about sustainable tourism during a pandemic and what tourism will look like going forward.
Once one of Norway’s most accessible glaciers, the Nigardsbreen has receded to reveal a difficult trek across hard slabs of rock. Instead of 50 tourists at a time, guides now take as few as six people, even though business couldn’t be better.
UK rewilding project takes a whole new approach to combining tourism with producing food.
Tierra Hotels ramps up their sustainability efforts with solar system.
How will tourism look in a warming world?
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