The merits of an Ethical Business Revolution
One of the thoughts that motivated Travellution’s Ethical Model was a concern for the way resources are currently managed and distributed throughout society. A recent video published by National Geographic following the birth of the world’s 7 billionth person presents a number of interesting statistics…
- 5% of us consume 23% of the world’s energy
- 13% of us don’t have clean drinking water
- 38% of us lack adequate sanitation
While not groundbreaking, these statistics remind us of the imbalance that exists in today’s society. Here at Travellution we feel concerned by this imbalance and have actively thought about ways Travellution can actively contribute to change.
We feel that our Ethical Business Model may offer a solution. Cultural and natural diversity are the driving forces behind travel and in order for people to continue to enjoy travel, these diversities must be preserved. Our Ethical Business Model contributes to preserving this global diversity by contributing to NGO’s and social business that endeavor to prevent economic inequalities from destroying whole cultures or natural habitats. We feel that if we can inspire other business to do the same the potential positive impact on society could be tremendous.
While more than 7,000 languages are spoken on our planet, we hope we can get business to speak one language when it comes to their view of how businesses can contibute to society: that business can be ethical, sustainable and responsible.
Your Travellution Team