In the past ten years, the term “sustainability” has gained popularity and established itself in people’s daily lives. People are becoming more aware of the importance of sustainability in all spheres of life, including travel, where even the smallest travel-related action has a significant negative impact on the environment in the form of carbon footprints. You may contribute to environmental preservation in a variety of ways to make your pleasant trip even more relaxing.

Shivaprasad, Co-Founder and Chief Business Officer at Uppercase, offered the following advice on how to travel responsibly in an interview with HT Lifestyle:

– Use sustainable gear that is ecologically friendly. Many companies are striving to manufacture travel bags out of recycled plastic bottles these days. Examine these choices.

– Bring a refillable water bottle that you may use in place of buying disposable bottles.

– Pack lightly; do not take a few days’ worth of clothing.

– As much as you can, try to go by train or by automobile because, as we all know, airlines have a significant environmental impact.

Shivaprasad Said:”System level adjustments are desirable, but they are also time-consuming. Individuals must actively pick sustainable alternatives in the interim, wherever practicable and wherever they are offered. Although there are currently many sustainable solutions accessible, some travel companies distinguish out from the competition. Some travel agencies have made the audacious decision to be upfront with their consumers regarding the carbon footprint of their services and to provide them the option to offset these emissions when making a purchase. If they pick more of these environmentally beneficial options, a sustainably minded tourist may now have an almost carbon neutral holiday.”

Source: Hindustan Times

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