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    Opinion: Travel Needs More Leadership to Fight Climate Change

    As tourism accounts for 8-10 percent of global greenhouse gases and the short-term rental (STR) market is forecast to grow by $84.41 billion between 2022 and 2027, STRs must address their contribution to climate change, writes Bob Garner, founder and CEO of EnviroRental. "The beauty of STRs is their individuality, offering guests genuine accessibility to a local community enthused by passionate hosts," says Garner. "Driving these hundreds of thousands of businesses towards net zero requires rapidly growing customer demand for eco stay; action by hosts; and leadership, inspiration, and incentivization from major industry players.

    PhocusWire (04/05/23) Bob Garner

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