Sustainability is becoming increasingly important for all businesses. This also includes the events sector. After all, an event or congress often has an enormous impact on the environment: visitors need to travel long distances to get to the location, they consume an enormous amount of energy and water in a short period of time, and they produce gigantic amounts of waste. In order to reduce the impact of an event or congress, it’s vital to organise them as green and sustainable as possible. Naturally, this responsibility lies with the organisation.
What are your passenger rights when you fly or when your flight is delayed? Every day, millions of people choose to fly. Many of them, however, have to suffer the pain of flight delays, cancellations, fines or lost luggage. Highly inconvenient, but if you know what your rights and obligations are, you can save yourself a lot of trouble.
Sustainable travel: how do you do that? And perhaps even more important: is it really possible? Long distance travel is becoming increasingly popular and more Europeans choose to spend their holiday in a far-away country. At the same time, however, there is a growing awareness that travelling does not come without consequences. Air travel leads to high CO2 emissions and tourism has a big impact on local culture and nature. Fortunately, you can minimise your ecological footprint in a number of ways. In this article, we explain how and give you some tips on how to travel as sustainably as possible.
With this green travel guide, you can make your next European city trip a great green success. Both for you & your travel mates, and for Mother Earth. In this article, you’ll find a cool selection of vegan hotspots, green hotels, and neat ways of transport.
Travel doesn’t only increase your carbon footprint but it leads to a lot of (plastic) waste as well. Think about all the plastic water bottles you buy. Think about the plastic straws in your cocktail, the plastic bags you receive at the supermarkets, the disposable food containers, and the plastic wrappers from your snacks. That's a lot of plastic!We love our planet, so we want to do everything we can - at home and on the road - to help combat the massive production of waste. So, here are 8 ways to minimise our waste.
We love to travel. But our love for travel doesn’t always coincide with our love for the planet. After all, travelling is not very eco-friendly. Fortunately, there aren’t only green ways to travel, but there are also green holiday destinations that have an excellent environment & climate policy and sustainable tourism destination management.
Have you ever thought about the hidden impact of your activities on the environment? It’s easy to think that we are being eco-friendly by turning off the lights, reducing our water usage and recycling our waste. But if you really want to limit your carbon footprint and contribute to a greener planet, it’s important to learn about the hidden carbon impact - and how to reduce it - as well.
More than ever before, travellers are booking ‘green’ eco-friendly accommodations. They are increasingly more willing to pay for sustainable and eco-friendly travel. According to booking.com, 87% of the people they interviewed indicate that they want to travel sustainably.
Are you thinking of booking a flight with FlyGRN? Or have you already booked a flight or a hotel with us? Then we’d like to welcome you to our sustainable travellers community! In this article, we’ll show you exactly how your booked flight with us contributes to a greener world.
All aboard, we’re going on a train trip! What better feeling is there than to just sit back and relax, let the most gorgeous landscapes pass you by while knowing you are safely on your way to a new and exciting destination?