Avoid Traveling to These Places If You Want to Help the Environment

2022 has been a terrible year for weather.

In Europe, severe heat waves killed over 16,000 people, nearly 1,700 died in the Pakistan floods, and Hurricane Ian in the U.S. took the lives of 109 people.

Catastrophic weather events caused nearly $37 billion worth of damage worldwide from January to September 2022, according to insurance broker Aon.

Many factors contribute to climate change, including travel, which causes about 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

While tourism can boost local economies and, let’s face it, most of us love to go on vacation (especially after Covid), there are certain destinations you should reconsider visiting.

Fodor’s Travel Guide has come out with its annual No List

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