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Holly Tuppen

Sustainable Travel Consultant and Writer and Communications Manager for The Long Run

Holly Tuppen

Holly is a freelance writer and responsible travel expert who has specialised in sustainable travel for over ten years. Former Editor of Green Hotelier and Communications Manager for the International Tourism Partnership, Holly now writes for the likes of The Guardian, The Telegraph, and Conde Nast Traveller, as well as helping travel companies and hotels to have a more positive impact. Clients include the World Travel and Tourism Council, Association of British Travel Agents, Exodus, Much Better Adventures, and Tourism Declares. Holly is also Communications Manager and Writer for The Long Run, a membership organisation of nature-based tourism businesses committed to the highest standards in sustainability. Her debut book, Sustainable Travel, will be published by Quarto in March 2021.

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The solutions nature provides: how can hotels contribute and benefit?

When it comes to hospitality contributing to the protection of nature, collaboration is the first essential step. Nature restoration and ecosystem protection is rarely possible without a large-scale and long-term vision that brings together multiple stakeholders — think local residents/ communities, local councils or government, local charities and environmental groups, neighbouring landowners or businesses, sustainability advocates within the supply chain, guests, investors, local cultural institutions and everyone in between.

Responsible travel: How do we make booking sustainable hotels easier?

Lack of transparency remains a stumbling block for travelers who mostly don't have the time or inclination to spend hours researching a hotel's sustainability credentials. There are three ways in which we need greater transparency.
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