The impact of tourism in figures

In 1950, there were 25 million international tourists.

In 2019, there were almost 1.5 billion international tourists.

By 2030, it is estimated that this figure could reach around 1.8 billion

Carbon footprint

The carbon footprint caused by world tourism will rise to 40% before 2025.

Microplastics

Tourism produces 80% of rubbish found on the Mediterranean’s beaches International study by the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA-UAB)

Deforestation

10 millionhectares of forest are destroyed in the world every year. António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations. 2022.

Species extinction

Approximately 25% of species are already at risk of extinction BBC BBC

Seeing these alarming figures, we acted:

We are aware that our business has a direct impact on our planet, which is why we donate 1% of our sales to a sustainable cause.

Current project: Elephant Nature Park (Thailand)

Elephant Nature Park works to rescue elephants that are subject to forced work in logging or tourism.

Making our products a bit more sustainable every day

Eco-friendly paper

We use eco-friendly, FSC-certified paper

Making our products a bit more sustainable every day

We love keeping things local

We love keeping things local so our product is designed and made in Spain, which means fewer CO2 emissions and supporting local businesses.

Making our products a bit more sustainable every day

Sustainable packaging

We reduce the use of plastics 100% and use eco-friendly packaging for deliveries.

Making our products a bit more sustainable every day

Sustainable tips

in our products. We want to spread the message as far as possible and share ideas on how to look after the planet.

Making our products a bit more sustainable every day

Carbon neutral orders

We offer customers the option to offset their order’s carbon footprint. All of the money raised is donated to a charity that plants trees in the Amazon rainforest.