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Copenhagen takes a different stance on overtourism

Copenhagen Takes Different Stance On Overtourism By Rewarding Tourist Behavior

Copenhagen in Denmark is a hugely popular city for travelers and is feeling the effects of overtourism, much like other European locations. However, while Barcelona plans to ban vacation rentals, Mallorca restricts the sale of alcohol, and Venice charges its day trippers, Copenhagen takes a more positive stance. The city is offering rewards for good tourist behavior...

FS in Italy launches new sleeper train for skiers from Rome to the Dolomites

Italy: New Sleeper Train To Take Skiers To The Slopes Of The Dolomites

Italy is launching a new sleeper train to allow travelers to “rediscover its riches” in a new and sustainable way. As part of these plans, a new sleeper train is set to take skiers to the heart of the slopes in the Dolomites. Starting from December 15, a luxurious sleeper train will run from Rome to the iconic ski resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo. Read on to find out more...

Southwest Airlines plans to reach net-zero sustainability by 2050

Southwest Airlines Plans To Reach Net-Zero Sustainability By 2050

Southwest Airlines has announced that it is taking a big step toward environmental sustainability. It has outlined a new strategy, dubbed “Nonstop to Net Zero,” which lays out the airline’s plans toward reaching a goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. By doing so, it stresses its commitment to a greener future for air travel. Southwest Airlines plans to...

California Condor is endangered by love locks left in Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park Asks Visitors To Stop Leaving Love Locks

In recent years, love locks have become a popular phenomenon, with lovers locking padlocks on fences around the world. Often, like in Paris, they had to be banned for the damage they wrought. Surprisingly, the trend has also affected the Grand Canyon National Park in the US. This has led to park officials asking people to stop, as the locks and their keys become a...