If you’re like us, you try your best to live sustainably and make environmentally-friendly choices. By bringing reusable shopping bags to the grocery store, using energy efficient light bulbs (that get turned off when not in use!), buying locally produced
Summer is in full swing as we continue our journey in the 2017 UN Year of Sustainable Tourism (…and beyond) campaign by looking at various ways of engaging YOU, our guests, in the sustainable progress of our HI Hostels around the world. Last month,
On 21 August, celestial enthusiasts and casual stargazers alike across parts of the U.S. will be treated to a total solar eclipse, the country’s first in 38 years. The total eclipse will be viewable from certain locations in Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska,
The first 4 months of our Sustainable Tourism through Hostelling campaign have already passed, and during this time we’ve introduced inspiring projects from entire National Associations to individual hostels across the HI family. The topics we’ve covered so far include: Consuming
Swiss Youth Hostels are committed to sustainability. By sustainability we understand consideration of social and ethical matters as a whole, such as the reasonable use of resources. Our sustainability strategy is characterised by its long-term and consistent implementation. In all
As April begins, here at Hostelling International we continue to celebrate the 2017 UN Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development by running our 10-month campaign showcasing the 10 different and interrelated areas of sustainable hostelling. In March we celebrated ‘Our Nature
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