’s key takeaways from its Sustainable Travel Report

Findings this year indicate an ongoing battle of cost versus conscience

Oct 31, 2023

Danielle D’Silva, head of sustainability for, shared insights into the work that’s going on behind the scenes, from tech, to delivering sustainable options, to consumer research and achieving net zero by 2040.

Key takeaways

  • The OTA's research found that 76% of travelers say they want to travel more sustainably over the coming 12 months, while the same amount say the global energy crisis and rising cost of living is impacting their spending plans;
  • D’Silva said: “What’s interesting is the perception, that they can’t do both, they can’t travel sustainably and affordably and really see the two as being mutually exclusive. But there are actually affordable ways to travel more sustainably;”
  • As part of the company’s Travel Sustainable Programme, and parent company Booking Holdings set the target to be net zero by 2040 and to reduce scope one and two emissions by 95%, and scope three emissions 50%, by 2030.

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