Posts Tagged ‘ National Geographic ’

What the industry tips for 2016

Dec 24th, 2015 | By
Costa Rica

Adrian sums up what what the travel industry is tipping for 2016. Do they match where you are thinking of going?



The Moray and the Argument

Nov 23rd, 2010 | By

About a month ago, National Geographic named two places in the UK, the Moray Firth coastline in Scotland and Pembrokeshire in Wales as two of only 18 coastlines in the world that were top-rated. Top-rated means that 340 experts rated the areas in terms of the environment, the way that historical sites were maintained and how development was managed and voted accordingly.
The Scotsman newspaper ran the story only last week but it was the reaction of its readers that I found interesting.



British Tourists Get Greener?

Jun 7th, 2010 | By

Green is a popular thing to be. We now have our first Green MP. We have sustainable tourism and an ever increasing number of eco-friendly holidays. You can offset your air travel by carbon offsetting where trees are planted to replace the amount of carbon that were used when you fly on holiday.
Are we becoming greener in our holiday and travel habits? And how do we compare with other countries? National Geographic and a Canadian market research company called GlobeScan have just released the results of their 3rd annual Greendex Study that has looked at 17 nations around the world and their attitudes to green issues.