Sustainable travel has an image problem. Let’s fix it

Sustainable travel is described as the hottest trend in the travel industry. Around the world, businesses ranging from high-end properties to mass tour operators recognize that offering sustainable choices is essential to ensuring that destinations are protected and continue to generate income. In India, too, travel companies like SOTC and Thomas Cook have added to their sustainable travel offerings over the past year. Despite this, sustainable travel seems to have an image problem. Travellers often don’t know how it is defined, or what it can involve. According to a 2019…

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OnePlus 6 Working Unit With Android 8.1 Oreo Spotted in Live Image

HIGHLIGHTS OnePlus 6 live spotted in a leaked image The image shows the interface of the upcoming OnePlus smartphone It also highlights the notch design OnePlus 6 has already become one of the most teased smartphones of the year – thanks to the tons of teasers that OnePlus publicly circulated so far. And now, the OnePlus 6 has been spotted in a live image that shows the front of the smartphone as well as the already confirmed notch design as well as a thin-bezel display. The latest development comes just after the company formally announced the OnePlus…

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Kia releases first teaser image for Stonic compact SUV

Kia has released its first teaser image for its Stonic compact SUV. It will be their new global B-segment compact SUV and arrive in the market in the later half of this year. It will be a new addition to the Kia line-up and will be positioned as an alternative body style to the likes of the Rio hatchback and sedan. We had spotted the car testing previously and these new digital renderings confirm that the production version will have a typical hoisted-up hatchback crossover lines. It will obviously get…

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NASA Releases New Image of Mysterious ‘Bright Spots’ on Ceres

For a brief period last spring—before Pluto sucked up all the “dwarf planet” mojo—Ceres was the most important minor planetary body in the solar system (as far as Earth was concerned). In March, NASA’s Dawn spacecraft successfully entered into orbit around the 587-mile diet planet, providing scientists with an unparalleled up-close view of the largest object in the main Asteroid Belt. While most of Ceres’s glamour shots were full of gray rocky whatever, it also boasted an unexpected series of intriguing “bright spots.” The nature of these mysterious glowing spots,…

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