Options for sustainable flying are becoming increasing available and are developing rapidly – in particular Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF), a clean substitute for fossil fuel produced f...
A direct evolution of the Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index, the new Travel & Tourism Development Index benchmarks and measures “the set of factors and policies that enable t...
The recovery of the travel and tourism sector represents a unique opportunity to reassess the impact it has on people and the planet, and to build a more inclusive, sustainable and resili...
The World Economic Forum’s latest Travel and Tourism Development Index 2022 gives insights into how the sector can recover from the pandemic and grow further.
The World Economic Forum has published its inaugural Travel and Tourism Development Index. It focuses on the growing role of sustainability in the sector.
Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) made from renewable sources can help airlines cut emissions by up to 80%, accelerating the industry's decarbonization journey.
Over two thirds of American commuters still use their own car to move between home and work, with only 10% choosing to cycle, a new survey finds.
With global travel increasing, it means more tourism. But in Costa Rica, an abundance of animal species alone does not drive tourism, say researchers.
A pop-up airport for electric drones and flying taxis has just opened in the UK. If it’s successful, it could pave the way for many more around the world.
Sustainable aviation fuel made from used cooking oil, biomass, and waste products could help air travel decarbonize substantially, but some hurdles remain.
Tourist numbers across the EU started to recover in 2021 as COVID-19 travel restrictions were lifted, according to latest data from Eurostat.