Our members are working together on some great environmental campaigns. Check out our past projects below.
The Carbon Crisis
If the school strikes, Extinction Rebellion movement, Greta Thunberg and David Attenborough haven’t yet had an impact, then surely the uncontrollable fires in the Amazon and Australia must have hit home that the climate crisis needs action from everyone right now. But are the tourism and attractions industries doing enough? Kath Hudson from Attractions Management reports asking experts from Eco Attractions Group the way forward, quick wins and long term recommendations. Read more here or download the Attractions Management magazine and find the full article on page 70.
Eco Attractions Group teamed up with Tots100 to inspire everyone to get out and have fun – that doesn’t cost the earth!
The Green Hands challenge asked British families to capture their eco adventure in a photo and share it on Twitter or Instagram.
The Simple Things
Eco Attractions Group commissioned a survey, in 2014, to explore traditional childhood nature activities, how many children have experienced them and whether these activities are decreasing in modern generations.
Researchers found a whole range of traditional nature activities could soon become a thing of the past as children spend their spare time playing computer games, watching TV or just hanging out with friends instead. Playing in open spaces and woodland, planting their own seeds and climbing trees were among the activities a large number of today’s youngsters have never tried.
Got an idea?
If you have an idea of an eco campaign that you would like to suggest we run at our members attractions please contact us.