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New Zealand’s new $703m international convention centre plans to operate as a carbon neutral venue – the only one of its kind in Asia Pacific – following completion of construction in 2020.
Tourism Sustainability Commitment signatory, Breadcrumbs, has launched a new initiative aimed at helping grassroots tree planting efforts as well as giving visitors a chance to give back.
A new partnership between Australian carbon offset specialist, TEM, and tourism consultancy Tomahawk opens the door for New Zealand tourism operators “to tackle climate change with every booking”, according to the duo.
NZ’s reliance on tourism and agriculture makes it vulnerable to global warming, says the govt’s latest environment report.
A relative newcomer to New Zealand’s accommodation scene has made travel giant Expedia’s list of top 10 eco-friendly hotels.
Ecological tourism opportunities will be enhanced in the planting of 247,000 trees, says Shane Jones.
Real Journeys chief executive, Richard Lauder, is looking to position the privately-owned tourism company at the forefront of low-emission tourism as a founding member of the New Zealand Hydrogen Association.
An innovative energy project has seen Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa scoop a national award from the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority.
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Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s CEO, Quinton Hall, on tackling climate change through the Climate Leaders Coalition and why he wants NTT to be at the forefront of the industry in terms of sustainability.
Scenic Hotel Group has joined with not-for-profit organisation Soap Aid to repurpose waste guest soap for use by communities in need.
A host of major tourism industry players are among the giants of NZ business that have pledged bold action on climate change.
Coromandel’s tourism industry is helping to rally support for the protection of an island wildlife sanctuary.
Global tourism’s carbon footprint is three times larger than previously thought, contributing around 8% of total greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new report.