Impact

Amanda Ho | Regenerative Travel

Regenerative Travel Partners with Weeva as Preferred Data Collection Tool

In an era marked by unparalleled environmental transformations, the imperative for businesses to harmonize the intricate web of global society and ecosystems has never been more pressing. Recognizing this urgency, especially within the tourism sector — a field contributing 8–10% of global greenhouse gas emissions yet employing 10% of the world’s workforce — Regenerative Travel is committed to providing more transparency and accountability through our work.

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Design Thinking
Amanda Ho | Regenerative Travel

Advancing Regenerative Principles: Key Design Thinking Takeaways from the Summit

Following our Regenerative Travel Summit 2023, where we convened thought leaders, innovators, and change-makers from across the globe, our primary focus was singular: “How do we instill regenerative principles into the daily lives of travelers?” The insights from this groundbreaking summit will be explored in this article, highlighting the emerging thematic clusters.

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The Datai Langkawi
Emi Vilas Bôas

Path to Regenerative Transformation: The Datai Langkawi and Kanshalife’s Collaborative Journey with Skaii De Vega

The Datai Pledge was created to ensure environmental protection and community well-being as tourism grows. The pledge’s vision aligns with the resort’s harmony between people and nature. It embraces a holistic approach, considering stakeholders’ needs, environment, and evolution. After years, the pledge sets a foundation for carbon neutrality, introduces initiatives for wildlife and climate mitigation, and outlines ambitious 2023 goals.

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Amanda Ho | Regenerative Travel

Celebrating Wythe Hotel as the first New York Regenerative Hotel™ member leading the way in urban regeneration

Wythe Hotel is the first hotel member in New York for Regenerative Travel, a community of hotels dedicated to regenerative tourism. The hotel’s undertaking of regenerative hospitality is evident through its efforts towards achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). By preserving history, promoting inclusivity, restoring ecosystems, reducing waste, and prioritizing health and well-being, Wythe Hotel is contributing to a more sustainable and equitable future for all

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Amanda Ho | Regenerative Travel

Key Lessons from 3 Caribbean Hotels Leading the Way in Regenerative Practices

We explore leading examples of regenerative tourism practices being implemented by three Caribbean hotels such as Hamanasi Resort in Belize, Jade Mountain in Saint Lucia and Rockhouse Hotel in Jamaica at our panel discussion hosted by Davines in Brooklyn, New York. These organizations are not only adopting regenerative practices, but they are also helping to educate people on the importance of sustainability and creating programs to put regulations in place.

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