Protecting and enhancing the natural resources of the tourism industry is closely linked to the long term success of the industry and therefore of all tourism businesses.
There are many ways you can support the predator free movement, from setting traps at your own premises to donating to educational programmes.
It’s important to monitor what’s going down your drains and keep stormwater clean.
Developing a restoration plan is an important step in helping you achieve your ecological restoration goals.
Adventure tour operator Abel Tasman Canyons is now a certified Zero Carbon business with EKOS.
The George Hotel has embarked on a partnership with Christchurch Helicopters to sponsor Flight Path – a fundraising programme and experience to support a critically endangered bird.
Kaikoura Helicopters has partnered with marine mammal welfare organisation Project Jonah, and together they are on a mission to protect New Zealand’s marine wildlife.
In what is a New Zealand first for Top 10 holiday parks, Foxton Beach has achieved Toitū (formerly Enviromark) Carbon Zero certification.
Carino wildlife cruises has been recognised as one of a special group of the world’s leading responsible whale and dolphin watching tour operators delivering wildlife friendly encounters and, outstanding customer experiences.
A feasibility study is under way to investigate whether the TSS Earnslaw can become carbon neutral or carbon zero whilst conserving her proud heritage.