Hundreds of millions of people travel abroad every year, many of whom fly to other continents.
The impact of tourism on the Earth's environment has become enormous, especially since air travel produces carbon dioxide.
More importantly, jet-
Global warming is exacerbated by aircraft trajectory.
Like clouds, they prevent the infrared radiation reflected on the Earth's surface from entering space and capturing it in the atmosphere.
But if you don't have a yacht and you don't have the time you need to cross the ocean, you may have no choice but to fly if you want to experience the distant land and culture.
Credit: What Wikimedia has in common don't forget no matter where you go, what steps you should take to minimize the environmental impact of holiday or business travel, which should be done with travelers around the world
Every time you buy, return the bag or extra packaging.
Adjust the air in your hotel room-
So energy consumption is reduced.
There is also a selfish reason to do so: you are unlikely to catch a cold;
The smaller the difference between room temperature and external temperature, the smaller the impact on your body when you venture outside.
If you are not going to use the fridge, disconnect it if possible-
And advise management that they will disconnect all frigates unless notified by the guests who plan to use them.
Try not to waste water (
"If it's brown, rush it down.
Let it be mellow if it is yellow ").
Also, separate the garbage as much as possible for recycling.
If there is only one trash can, place obvious recyclable items such as beer cans, wine bottles, newspapers on the floor next to it, so that housekeeping can separate the items.
The Green Hotel integrates sustainable buildings and follows the principles of environmental protection and is now operating in many parts of the world.
Credit: Public transport in Wikimedia is clearly better than driving a car or taking a taxi.
Buses and trains will save you money as well, but of course they are not that flexible.
Consider walking or cycling
Better for you and the best choice for the environment.
More importantly, you will have more opportunities to interact with the locals and you may see what you missed.
To reduce food mileage, eat local food instead of imported food.
In this case, the local agriculture will also be developed.
In hot countries, it is essential to drink a lot of liquid.
Don't buy a few bottles of mineral water every day, but bring a bottle of Nagan (
Good for both hot and cold drinks)
Refills on public water dispensers.
There are places in the Philippines where you can fill containers with filtered water for very little money.
Unfortunately, these are usually in residential areas, not in neighborhoods that tourists often visit.
Do the housework before leaving home and try to find out if there are certain types of food that you should avoid to protect the local ecosystem.
For example, is the seafood taken out of coral reefs fishing in a sustainable way, is all beef imported, or is it possible for the addicts on the steak to be fixed without adding thousands of miles of carbon footprint credit: Wikimedia public if the country still uses a large number of disposable tableware, for example, cheap bamboo chopsticks favored by restaurants in many parts of Asia (
The picture here is a garbage bin full of garbage in Japan)
Be sure to bring your own tableware.
If you're going to Thailand, consider bringing a plastic box that's about the size of the iPad.
The chopped fruits sold on the street in those countries are delicious and healthy, but they are always packed in plastic bags.
With your own box, you can enjoy it in the morning and in the afternoon without adding plastic bags to the junk tips every time.
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