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Graphic showing Kuso Travel Technology's carbon offsetting partnership using Sustainable Travel International's Climate Impact API

Kudos Carbon Offsetting Feature Demo

Kudos Travel Technology’s integration with Sustainable Travel International’s Climate Impact API allows companies and individual employees to seamlessly offset their business travel carbon footprint from within the

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Can Luxury Travel Be Sustainable?

For many people, traveling goes hand-in-hand with enjoying the finer things in life, whether that be private tours, tasting menus, or relaxing at a lush resort. However, in recent years, we’ve seen a push towards sustainability throughout the travel industry in terms of environmental and socio-cultural responsibility. There’s a common...

Earth Day may be one day out of the year, but it’s not the only day we should be taking action for the planet. That’s why today marks the first day of our bold new Net Zero Travel Challenge. We’re challenging our passionate community to neutralize their travel emissions and...

As the world races to stop climate change, trees are receiving more attention for the role they play in cooling the climate – and for good reason! Trees absorb and store massive amounts of carbon, and unlike other carbon removal methods they don’t require expensive technology. Research indicates that natural...

“Tu Mejor Huella para el Paine” is a collaborative conservation campaign that aims to bring together the national and international community to restore the Base Torres trail in Torres del Paine National Park. Torres del Paine, Magallanes, Chile (August 22, 2018) – A large-scale national and international conservation campaign was...

Guest Contribution by: Louise Twining-Ward, The World Bank / Co-Author: Damien Shiels, The World Bank Sustainable tourism is a proven tool for development, benefitting communities in destinations around the world. A new World Bank Group report released on World Tourism Day explains 20 Reasons to Integrate Tourism in Your Development...

On the southern coast of Crete, accessible only by boat or a seven-hour hike through the Samaria Gorge, sits the tiny village of Agia Roumeli. During the tourist season, May through October, 100 people live in the village. But during the winter months, the population shrinks to 20 and everyone...