Best way to start managing your green, sustainable or eco-friendly business listing is by claiming it so you can update.
For a long while, I have wanted to create a green travel network. A community that would come and work together to promote sustainable travel options that were a bit more authentic than staying at an industrialized all-inclusive resort and offered the opportunities for guests to reconnect with nature. From treehouses to eco resorts, these properties I’m gathering together offer an alternative vision of the future of travel, which is changing quickly. More and more people are looking at experiences like staying in treehouses as something more than celebrating a performance of youthful counterculture, but recognize the inherent value of the ecosystems from which these properties emerge and are connected too. I’ve tried to list these resorts, but I’m quickly finding I can’t give the level of scrutiny such a task deserves by myself and have tried to foster a green travel network of contributors as I go to add reviews and listings that satisfy principles of sustainability and preferably contribute towards a permanent culture – permaculture.
Are you looking for a Green Travel Network you can easily navigate and plan your next eco-friendly vacation with? This platform looks to become the hub of eco-friendly travel adventures for conscious travelers who are looking to become more intentional about their footprint in the COVID era and beyond as the planet faces the challenges of a changing climate.
We will look to bring you all the best eco-friendly resorts, lodges, flights, and even the restaurants, travel experiences, and products that build and sustain local cultures and practices.
We have found that for more people to start taking Eco-friendly vacations, this will require more than what is currently available through the established travel networks. While Search features like Eco resorts are available on the likes of TripAdvisor and Booking.com now I wanted to make a platform where everything you search for has some sort of ECO-friendly credential.
I am not going to police each and every listing, rather nurture a community that ensures the authentic properties rise to the top. There are already established eco accreditation methods and I will join the conversation on these, but I also want to provide space for these to evolve and improve. Then I will surely encourage every new listing to include any accreditations they adhere to in their listing to make it easier for conscious consumers to choose between options. This will also help educate the public on how we can continually improve practices and face the challenges of a changing world.
Big Volcano has a list of global Ecotourism networks https://www.bigvolcano.com.au/ercentre/assoc.htm