Green is the colour

Gough, Alicia
May 2008
Travel Weekly (UK);5/23/2008, p64
Trade Publication
The article reports on the growing trend towards environmentally and socially responsible travel. Research analyst Mintel revealed that the green travel market of Great Britain is increasing by 25% annually, wherein it is currently valued at £409 million in 2006. First Choice introduced a carbon offsetting scheme in 2007. Information on eco-destination is presented.


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