Meet us ONLINE and/or at the World Travel Market 2023 in London between November 6th to 8th, to learn more about a suite of fun, innovative and inspiring Carbon Neutral Tours, which have been developed by the Thai Ecotourism and Adventure Travel Association (TEATA) across Thailand, in partnership with Thai research and carbon management expert organisations.
- Click here to book a face to face meeting with our team at the WTM, London (booth S10-216).
- Click here to book an online meeting from 6-8 November.
For a short video about the tours, see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTTtbjOtLto
For a short overview of sample tours, see: https://drive.google.com/…/1eurny-pmORX2…/view
Travelers are looking for ways to explore and experience, with a smaller carbon footprint and fewer impacts on the environment. However, identifying low carbon activities can be confusing.
The Thai Ecotourism and Adventure Travel Association (TEATA) will attend the WTM to promote 20, new carbon light travel routes around Thailand. These routes weave hands on local experiences, eco-exploration and local insights across Thailand. If your company sends travellers to Thailand, these routes can help to reduce your emissions inside Thailand, without reducing the experience!
The carbon footprint of each route has been calculated. Routes are designed to reduce carbon emissions, with remaining emissions offset locally, inside Thailand, through local Thai projects, under the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organisation (TGO).
Carbon Neutral Thai tourism routes?
Since 2020, the Thai Ecotourism and Adventure Travel Association (TEATA) have worked with Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organisation (TGO), Program Management Unit for Competitiveness (PMUC) and Thailand Science Research and Innovation (TSRI) to design and develop fun, inspiring new tourism routes; reducing and offsetting carbon emissions using local Thai offsetting schemes. The EU SWITCH-ASIA Tourlink project brough together European and Thai carbon experts, to compare and align methods for calculating the carbon footprint of Thai tourism itineraries. Mutual recognition of the TGO system by Carmacal adds international credibility to the Thai tools, while enabling carbon offsets to directly support local, Thai projects.
More information? See TEATA’s Carbon Footprint Responsibility Statement