National Wildlife Federation and Johnson Outdoors’ “Clean Earth Challenge” hits milestone
The National Wildlife Federation, America’s largest and most trusted conservation organization, and Johnson Outdoors, a leading global innovator in outdoor recreation equipment and technology, recently announced that their partnership effort, the Clean Earth Challenge, has achieved its year one goal of inspiring collective conservation action to remove 1 million pieces of debris.
Laurier House National Historic Site officially opened for the summer visitor season
The vast network of protected areas administered by Parks Canada is a gateway to nature, history, and 450 000 km² of stories from coast to coast to coast. Laurier House National Historic Site is open for the 2023 summer visitor season.
Renogy launches its REGO Smart Solar System with powerful new capabilities for off-grid living
Renogy, the industry leader in off-grid and mobile energy, recently announced that its flagship smart solar system REGO is now widely available and capable of delivering even more power and control for off-grid living.
Transat offers students a class in sustainable tourism
For the third edition of the Journey for Change program, Transat has partnered with Iberostar Hotels & Resorts and the University of Guelph’s School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management. The partnership is for an international field study program that provides 12 students with a unique experience in the Dominican Republic.
Natural Bridge Caverns opens multi-million dollar expansion
After years of careful development and millions of dollars invested in design, engineering, technology, construction, and guest experience, Natural Bridge Caverns will open its latest and most ambitious tour: Hidden Wonders.
MGM Resorts gets approval for industry-leading climate targets
MGM Resorts International announced recently that the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi). This is the leading organization for third party guidance and independent validation of climate targets – has approved its climate targets as science-based and in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Collective Retreats announces B corporation™ certification
Collective Retreats, a pioneer in outdoor experiential hospitality has been certified as a B Corporation™ (B Corp™), becoming one of a small collection of travel businesses in the world to achieve the distinction.
Diana Rohini receives Alex Lee’s Unsung Hero Award
Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (AEOE) Board Member, Diana Rohini LaVigne recently received the Assemblymember Alex Lee’s Unsung Hero award.
Seaworld Entertainment names Marisa Thalberg as new CMO
SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc, a leading theme park and entertainment company, recently announced that Marisa Thalberg will join the company as their Chief Marketing and Communications Officer effective April 24, 2023.
Ontario Nature opposes the Government’s Mining Act amendments
Ontario Nature is urging the Government of Ontario to withdraw the proposed amendments to the Mining Act, which will increase the likelihood of significantly harming the environment and surrounding communities. In response to this alarming proposal, Ontario Nature launched an Action Alert to raise awareness and voice opposition.