SINGAPORE, 1 July 2019: Radisson Hotel Group claims it has a strong responsible business ethos and meaningful action is being taken to preserve the environment giving back to local communities. Is it a greenwash or the...
SINGAPORE, 4 October 2019: Smog made the headlines last week as residents in Bangkok donned face masks to protect themselves against what newspapers called toxic haze, mostly self-inflicted by a city consumed by dust and vehicle emissions.
BANGKOK, 8 January 2018: Portuguese airline Hi Fly claims to be the first airline to operate a single use plastic free flight. First reported in Travel Pulse and picked up by Fox News, the...
BANGKOK, 11 June 2019:  Centara Hotels & Resorts marks this year’s World Environment Day, 5 June and Ocean Day, 8 June, with a month-long campaign to raise awareness of the scourge of plastic waste.
Sydney, 12 November 2019: The Qantas Group will reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 in a major expansion of the airline’s commitment to achieving a more sustainable aviation industry. With actions starting immediately, the airline will double the...
BANGKOK, 22 November 2019: Fifty-eight Accor staff completed a three-day cycling journey through the Mekong Delta, last week, as part of the hospitality group’s Amazing Bike Ride 2019. Now in its second edition,...
BANGKOK, 11 July 2019: Greenpeace Thailand twittered a Guardian story Wednesday that claims Indonesia intends to return eight containers filled with garbage to Australia. The UK Guardian story quotes Indonesian customs officials saying the containers contained...
BANGKOK, 2 September 2019: Abercrombie & Kent Southeast Asia a regional travel firm is supporting a project to introduce drinking water stations around the Thai capital. Its community support enterprise, Abercrombie & Kent Philanthropy,...

Exo bans wet wipes

BANGKOK, 21 November 2018: Plastic bags and single-use water bottles were on the ban list earlier this year, now wet wipes joins the list. Beginning January 2019, EXO Travel has announced it is banning the distribution of wet wipes or...
SHANGHAI, 16 August 2019: Chinese tourists are less likely to ride elephants in Thailand and prefer wildlife-friendly tours, according to a report by the World Animal Protection (WAP) China quoted by Global Times on Monday.