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 >
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 >
Even though Canada has 1/5 of the world's fresh water, and a reliable source of clean drinking water, we still see bottled water in many ecotourism businesses across the country. Why? Because it provides a more reliable and predictable water source for many places, and satisfies customers... Read More >
BC ecopreneurs have just returned from climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, again. Find out the main differences between hiking in the Canada vs. Tanzania, as well as what is being done about the one of the greatest environmental issue plaguing tourism: plastic... Read More >
Bear Claw Lodge is located in the stunning Kispiox Valley, 1.5 hours north of Smithers, British Columbia. Their 15,000 sqft luxury lodge is a bucket list destination for heliskiers (visiting Baldy Mountain), fishermen (fishing the largest wild steelhead in the world),... Read More >
Canadian travellers ARE making earth-friendly decisions when deciding where to travel.
The environment seems to be top of mind for Canadian travellers. A 2012 study from Expedia showed over 75% of respondents were not only aware that the hotel industry is making efforts to... Read More >
World Oceans Day is the United Nations recognized day to take action to protect the world’s oceans. People all over our planet organize celebrations on June 8th some right here in our own back yard (click here for a list... Read More >
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