The 2010 Guardian Green Travel List is published in association with greentraveller.co.uk and and Forum for the Future. The Chair of Judges is Dr Graham Miller, Director of International Studies at the University of Surrey.
The entire list was published in the Guardian's travel supplement on Saturday 20 February 2010.
The aim of the Green Travel List is to help you find a greener holiday. It does not single out individual 'winners’, instead the idea is to provide a comprehensive list of a wide range of companies that have introduced significant changes to their business, the products they offer and the way they perform. These companies have convinced us that sustainability is at the heart of their business.
An introduction to the Green Travel List, by Dr Graham Miller, Director of International Studies at the University of Surrey and Chair of Judges of the Green Travel List.
The following people have made the Green Travel List happen:
Richard Hammond, founder of greentraveller.co.uk, and Liane Katz, editor of the Travel section of guardian.co.uk Andy Pietrasik, head of travel content, Guardian, and Isabel Choat, travel editor, Guardian Dr Graham Miller, Director of International Studies at the University of Surrey Stephanie Draper, Director, Forum for the Future Adriana Maldonado, Coordinator, Green Travel List and Special Projects Manager, greentraveller.co.uk John Sannaee, Special Projects Administrator, greentraveller.co.uk and Catherine Mack, co-editor, greentraveller.co.uk
And the judges:
Tim Smit, Chief Executive and co-founder of The Eden Project Alastair Sawday, chairman and founder of Sawday's Special Places to Stay guide books Rochelle Turner, Head of Research, Which? Holiday Miranda Krestovnikoff, wildlife expert and television presenter Jan Peter Bergkvist, former Vice President Sustainable Business, Scandic Hotels Leo Hickman, features journalist and editor at the Guardian Dan Linstead, editor of Wanderlust magazine Kate Rew, founder of the Outdoor Swimming Society Stewart Sheppard, Manager, Eco Guides, Mountain Riders.
For information on how the Green Travel List was compiled, see The Judging Process.