AHLA reports find that while travel is starting to return, the hotel industry’s road to recovery from the pandemic is long and uneven.
Water bottles, disposable toiletries, plastic bags, bin liners, food packaging and cups are among the biggest plastic polluters.
According to Euromonitor’s new Sustainable Travel Index, Scandinavia is leading by example in its engagement towards sustainable travel.
More consumers than ever are using online options to engage companies in our pandemic-altered environment, underscoring the ongoing importance of cybersecurity.
Hotels.com identifies a spike in last-minute reservations and upgrading following a lost year for travel.
An overview of the innovative and creative domestic tourism initiatives driving recovery and safeguarding livelihoods until international tourism returns.
results from the recently launched report, The Impact of Health and Hygiene on post COVID-19 Destination Competitiveness in Asia Pacific, published by the Pacific Asia Travel Association PATA with contributions from the cofounders of the Global Health Security Index, a project of the Nuclear Threat Initiative and the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security; TCI Research, Tripadvisor, and the World Economic Forum.