In this episode Paul is joined by Juliet Kinsman who has been a journalist and broadcaster for more than 25 years, working in travel for two decades. Juliet was the founding editor of Mr & Mrs Smith, most recently the first-ever Sustainability Editor for Condé Nast Traveller, and is author of ‘The Green Edit: Travel, Easy Tips for the Eco-Friendly Traveller’. Her non-profit consultancy, BOUTECO, works with award-winning brands to help them stand for something and stand out for it through their storytelling.
Juliet gives us her insights into sustainable travel, what we should be thinking about when it comes to planning trips, and her top tips on how to travel better.
Juliet’s book on all things sustainable in travel.
The world’s largest adventure travel company, headquartered in Australia, was the first in the sector to achieve B Corp status.
The first accommodation platform in the UK to achieve B Corp accreditation, Bristol-based Sawday’s group (which includes glamping directory Canopy & Stars), was founded on principles of social and environmental responsibility.
A cafe set up by a journalist to support victims of acid attacks.
Future software for hotels to actively measure their true impact.
The Brando in French Polynesia, a paradise resort that came up with its own seawater-cooled air-con invention (SWAC), which is powered by the sun’s rays and coconut oil.