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Green Traveller is ranked in the Top 10 Travel and Tourism Social Media Agencies in the UK  

November 2023 – February 2024: We are currently working with the Travel Foundation on a project for Visit England producing digital content regarding leadership in sustainable tourism.

 

September 2023 – February 2024: We are currently filming and producing an online guide and a video about 'Climate Smart' holidays for the West Sweden Tourist Board.filming in 

June – November 2023: We provided photography and videography content for Ramble Worldwide as part of its high profile rebrand in November.

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August 2023 – present: We have launched a magazine!
Our bi-monthly e-magazine The Green Traveller covers flight-free holidays ("less carbon, more fun!") and positive impact adventures that contribute to biodiversity conservation, regeneration, and local community empowerment. 
Produced in collaboration with Charitable Travel.

June 2023: We worked with the Latin America Travel Association to film short interviews with delegates at its annual conference in London.

April 2023: We worked with the Spanish Tourist Office in London to organise its first Spain Sustainability Day on 26 April. We

January – March 2023: We worked on a launch film for Wildlife Heritage Areas.

 

December 2022 onwards: We worked on a film for the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) and One Planet Sustainable Tourism programme.

 

October – December 2022: We worked on a project promoting sustainable travel in Formentera through words, photos and video.

November 2021 – December 2022: We have been filming, editing and producing a series of films for the DestiMED Plus project whose aim is to ensure nature conservation and socio-economic benefits for protected areas and local communities in specific regions in the Mediterranean.

 

October 2022: We produced an updated version of the video for the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) calling for organisations to sign up to the Glasgow Declaration at COP27, following on from the video we produced for UNWTO at COP26 in Glasgow.

June – October 2022: We worked on a project promoting sustainable travel in West and East Macedonia, Greece through words, photos and video.

April – October 2022: We worked on a project promoting sustainable travel in Estonia through words, photos and video.

January – April 2022: We filmed, edited and produced a series of films about local tourism businesses in West Sussex for Experience West Sussex.

October 2021:

We produced a short video for the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) about its Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism launched at COP26. Throughout December 2021, the video was shown on the home page of UNWTOOur founder Richard Hammond also filmed a short video on board the Climate Train where he met the youth activists determined to hold politicians to account at COP26.

 

Earlier in the year, we edited a short video that's part of a new online publication about Guyana we have produced in association with Guyana Tourism Authority. Green Traveller's Guide to Guyana is a guide to where to stay, adventure activities and attractions.


Working with top tourism consultancy Tomorrow's Tourism,
we have filmed, edited and produced a series of ten case study
business recovery videos for VisitBritain/VisitEngland showcasing the resilience, innovation and adaptation of tourism businesses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Prior to this, we produced a series of promotional films about watersports and inland visitor experiences in West Sussex for Experience West Sussex and All on Board. The work started in May 2020 and has continued into early 2021 (see Testimonials). The first video has now been published: Summer in West Sussex.

 

We also ran a campaign in late 2020 for the Spanish Tourist Office profiling sustainable tourism in five regions: #EcoSpain

 

Throughout 2020, we produced digital content for the Great West Way® - a 125-mile touring route between London and Bristol on ancient routes through idyllic countryside. The work involved researching, writing and designing 26 multi-modal itineraries (including 11 trade and 15 consumer itineraries) and supporting online content. The work was commissioned by Visit Wiltshire using LEADER funding (see Testimonials). For more information, see the Great West Way's press releaseWe have also since produced this animated map of the Great West Way:

One of a series of videos we filmed and produced for Ramble Worldwide as part of its high profile rebrand in late 2023

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