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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.

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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 so much in such a relatively short space of time.

Welcome to the Climate Friendly Travel Podcast! Where each episode, we speak to the great and the good of the global travel and tourism industry to learn more about what they are doing to ensure that the principles of climate friendly travel are being advanced.

Emboo River is positioned in the heart of Kenya's Maasai Mara and is the perfect spot to explore this spectacular ecosystem and spot all its wildlife. 

At Emboo River guests can enjoy unique experiences, including silent safaris in solar powered vehicles, dinner under the stars, delicious meals with organic ingredients from their hydroponic farm prepared on bio-gas, rain showers overlooking nature and so much more.

I’m Ged Brown, your host for this week’s episode. I speak to Mary about how Emboo River Camp came to be one of the most respected and lauded sustainability projects in Kenya and more specifically, how they have achieved so much in such a relatively short space of time. 

 And if you’d like to learn more about Emboo River, then please do visit https://www.emboo.camp

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That’s our show for this week. Thanks so much for your company and remember, when it comes to Climate Friendly Travel, every small step forward, is giant stride when we all step together…

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