London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 22, 2009 -- A travel operator that places young people in projects that help the environment and communities around the world has suggested that its customer demographic is becoming more sensitive to the effect of travel on climate change. As the longest-established company of its kind, i-to-i has had to become knowledgeable about ethical travel. The company recently polled its customers and found that 31 per cent of respondents felt guilty about their impact on the environment, while a similar number (29 per cent) felt they did not do enough to help their community.Operations director Bruce Haxton said there is a growing trend where younger people were becoming more aware of their impact on their surroundings. `At risk of putting words into people mouths here, 60 per cent of people who travel with us are under the age of 26 and the younger generation of this country are extremely aware and passio
Travel Operator - Youngsters More Aware of Carbon Footprint
Carbon Advice Group Plc
Berkeley Square House
London W1J 6BD
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Press Release Submitted On: February 21, 2009 at 2:03 pm
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