India Daily: Travelers Weigh in on the Sustainability Cost-Tradeoff

Nearly 97 percent of Indian travelers want to travel sustainably over the next year, according to’s Sustainable Travel Report.

What’s the Travel Industry’s Record on Sustainability?

This week we looked at the travel industry's record on sustainability, as well as headlines about Marriott, American Air, Hopper, and more.

How Skift Has Covered Travel’s Sustainability Efforts

With Earth Day rapidly approaching, here's a glimpse at how Skift has covered sustainability and the environment over a decade.

Middle East’s Luxury Travelers Prioritize Sustainability

Sustainability is becoming an increasingly important consideration within the Middle East’s luxury travel sector.

Sustainability: How to Measure Corporate Travel’s Impact

Uber for Business outlines several key ways that companies can chart a path toward measuring corporate travel's sustainability impact.

Hotel Brand Tiny Urban Escapes Taps Into Micro Luxury and Sustainability

Robin Staten, founder of Tiny Urban Escapes, Indiana’s first black and female-owned hotel, is taking an innovative approach to hospitality.

CitizenM Secures $500 Million Loan Contingent on Sustainability Goals

CitizenM raised $500 million (€480 million) from HSBC UK, HSBC Continental Europe, ABN AMRO Bank N.V., and Aareal Bank with a sustainability-linked loan,

Only 1 in 10 Companies Are Prioritizing Sustainable Travel

Companies are making very little effort to track and reduce the carbon emissions within their travel programs, according to two new reports.

Gen Z Travelers Are Unimpressed by Sustainability Pitches

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at tourism sustainability, Cathay Pacific’s healthy return, and holograms in hotels.

Short-Term Rentals Test Sustainability as an Accreditation Standard

The short-term rental industry can be sustainable, but not without support and structure. As it currently stands, there are few institutional incentives The latest estimates for tourism’s contributions to the global greenhouse gas emissions stand at  11 percent, as of 2021 and that number is predicted to double by 2050. The short-term rental industry is in dire need of collaborative efforts towards this pursuit.