One of the biggest challenges with recycling in your tourism business can be your guests! With visitors from all over the province, country, continent or globe, recycling habits and understanding can vary significantly. The best way to make it easy... Read More >
Released today , the 2016 WWF Living Planet Report, written in conjunction with the Zoological Society of London, says wildlife populations are set to continue their dramatic decline, ending with only 1/3 f of the species populations of 1970. Yikes! This study... Read More >
As more consumers become environmentally conscious, many businesses are discovering the benefits of going green. The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association is working hard to help businesses in the region improve their environmental impact to attract these consumers by showcasing tourism companies... Read More >
As more consumers become environmentally conscious, many businesses are discovering the benefits of going green. The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association is working hard to help businesses in the region improve their environmental impact to attract these consumers.
But long before this was... Read More >
It’s not very often that I come across a new technology that is literally the best solution I have seen to many current agricultural issues. Green Tourism member 40 Knots Vineyard and Estate Winery, located on Vancouver Island in the... Read More >
Our latest Green Tourism member to be certified Gold is Wickaninnish Inn, located on the furthest Western Coast of Vancouver Island in Tofino, BC.
The Inn sits on a rocky point, perfectly connecting the rugged coastal forest with the golden sands of Chesterman... Read More >
Photo: Green Tourism Founders Jon Proctor and Andrea Nicholls, Perth, Scotland.
Green Tourism marks World Tourism Day on the 27th September 2016 with the launch of a campaign focusing on member benefits.
Following extensive research into what members value from Green Tourism, the... Read More >
Green Tourism has entered into a partnership with the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) to help Canadian tourism businesses go green.
The world’s largest sustainability certification program for the tourism industry will now be helping Canadian tourism businesses to reduce their... Read More >
Visitor's have ranked Eagle Wing Tours #1 for whale watching since 2007. Located at Fisherman's Wharf in Victoria, BC, the company offers guaranteed whale sightings to guests between May and October, viewing Orcas, Humpbacks, Minke whales as well as other marine animals.
Here... Read More >
For over forty years, Tall Ship Thane has provided sailing memories to thousands of guests in Victoria BC’s inner harbour. Owner and captain, Rob McCallum, is always focused on improving the sustainability performance, and feels that Green Tourism Certification is... Read More >
Cedar House Restaurant and Chalets are situated on 10 acres of secluded mountainside, 5 minutes south of Golden, BC. Besides helping guests relax and unwind into the Rocky Mountain lifestyle, here are the top 5 unique green things they do:
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A blue heron perches on a rock between the Royston Wrecks and K’omoks estuary, which also happens to be directly in front of Royston House B&B. This Comox Valley Bed and Breakfast was awarded Green Tourism Gold this past January,... Read More >
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