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You love to travel. You know that travel can be a force for good but you also know that it is contributing to environmental challenges which will affect our future generations. We get it. You feel conflicted and guilty and so do we!

But there is hope. That’s why we created this podcast; to help you to understand both the issues and the opportunities around travel so that we can all be better informed about the good, the bad and the downright ugly in travel.

Each week, we speak to prominent leaders in the global travel industry to learn their thoughts, insights and opinions as to how we can all travel a little better so that future generations can also have hope for a better future.

Oh, and if you’re looking for environmental doom and gloom, look elsewhere. We are realistic about the climate crisis but we are here to offer hope and optimism. Every small step forward, is a giant stride, when we all step together.

And if you’d like to join us and get involved, visit and register with us. You’ll be in great company…

Patrizia Patti, founder of Ecomarine Malta, talks about the balance between marine conservancy & tourism and how Ecomarine Malta aims to increase awareness about marine ecosystems through tourism. In this episode of the Climate Friendly Travel Podcast, host Ged Brown discusses with… More..
Suzy Hutomo, co-founder of Eco Tourism Bali, talks about how Eco Tourism Bali aims to develop Bali as a sustainable tourism destination in the world by 2030 and the ways in which it will contribute on achieving Climate Neutrality in Travel and… More..
Wira, the director of Five Pillars Experience in Bali, talks about how Five Pillars celebrates the allure of rural communities, it's mission and journey. In this episode, Ged is joined by Wira who is the Founder and Director of Five Pillars Experiences… More..
Marcus Cotton from Tiger Mountain Lodge in Nepal, talks about the vision, journey and the future direction of the lodge. Today I’m delighted to be joined by Marcus from Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge in Nepal. Perched 1,000 feet above the Pokhara… More..
Aoife O'Sullivan, founder of Una Bambu in Sri Lanka, talks about the origins of Una Bambu, its plans for growth and how poverty and why bamboo is one of the most ecological and wonderful materials which nature has bestowed on us. Today… More..
Murray McCallum talks about Natural Selection in Southern Africa, how they are working towards protecting the wild spaces in Africa future and how they foster multiple partnerships with the local organisations to be a force for good in the local… More..
Mwanase Ahmed, CEO of Distant Relatives Ecolodge & Backpackers, talks about the property, their ethos and their journey towards sustainability. This episode was recorded live at the fabulous Distant Relatives Ecolodge & Backpackers in Kilifi, Kenya. With numerous awards and accolades to it’s… More..
Mary Njoroge, talks about how Emboo River Camp, a perfect place to spot spectular ecosystem and wildlife, and how it came to be one of the most respected and lauded sustainability projects in Kenya and more specifically, how they have achieved… More..
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