“As travel companies worldwide try to play up their green credentials, it is becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish what’s green and what’s just greenwash. The Guardian Green Travel Guide cuts through the jargon and demystifies ethical and environmentally responsible travel while offering hundreds of ideas for guilt-free trips.

Compiled by the editor of the UK’s leading travel content site www.guardian.co.uk/travel and with contributions from the UK’s top green travel writers, this sumptuously illustrated, fact-packed guide will revolutionise the way you holiday both now and in the future.”

What the Guardian says….

Cnoc Suain, Connemara
“In the wilds of Connemara, there is a lesson in Irish tradition: a place to learn Gaelic language,
music, song and dance. Restored stone cottages tap into geo-thermal energy for the heating, and
the owners contribute to a sustainable fund, Cothú (“nurture”), promoting environmental and
cultural projects.