International Women’s Day 2023: Key Lessons from Leading Women Striving to Further Regenerative Tourism
To mark International Women’s Day 2023, we caught up with some of the women leading the way in the travel industry, from hoteliers to travel advisors, to hear about their key learnings and what advice they want to impart on others working towards the paradigm shift to a more regenerative, climate-friendly approach to travel.
Addressing The Climate Crisis at COP27 in Egypt with our Regenerative Retreat Host Committee
We’re excited to be hosting our first Regenerative Retreat at the peaceful Basata Eco-Lodge in South Sinai, Egypt after COP27 takes place in Sharm El Sheikh in November. We caught up with our Retreat Hosts to hear their thoughts on the climate crisis, the travel industry, and how we can all do better.
Lo-TEK: Designer Julia Watson on Returning To Indigenous Design and Wisdom
For architect, urban design lecturer, and landscape designer Julia Watson, the answer to building climate-resilient structures lies in looking to tribal communities for design cues.
Jeremy Jauncey: How The Most Influential Traveler Uses Storytelling As A Force For Good
Since Jeremy Jauncey founded Beautiful Destinations in 2012, the travel marketing and media company’s focus on sustainability evolved with Jauncey’s exposure to the realities of responsible travel.
How Portia Hart of Blue Apple Beach House Started A Regenerative Movement in Cartagena
Meet British-Trinidadian Londoner, Portia Hart, the founder of Blue Apple Beach and the Green Apple Foundation in Colombia.
Why Café Gratitude is a Microcosm of Regenerative Agriculture
L.A.-based restaurant Café Gratitude, living a balanced lifestyle is about much more than taking a full lunch break. It’s a way of life.
Adventure Travel Expert Jennine Cohen On Why We Need Travel To Transform
With over 15 years of scouting, cultivating relationships, and planning once-in-a-lifetime journeys for discerning clients, Jennine Cohen has discovered the importance of finding the magic of travel in our everyday lives.
The New Normal In Travel According to SUITCASE Founder Serena Guen
After starting SUITCASE Magazine at age 22 from her dorm at NYU, Serena Guen has taken her travel devoted readers from every corner of the globe.
How Saira Hospitality Empowers Communities by Training Hotel Staff
In an unsteady world, how can communities recover from natural disasters, political unrest, and economic depression? For many communities around the world a job is the difference between hope and hopelessness.