Increasingly, individuals across the UK are suffering fuel, food and social poverty. Fairbnb.coop will support Big Issue Foundation (BIF) in their mission towards poverty prevention. Our collaboration with the BIF works to source homes, not just for holidays.
Sustainable development is not one of those good resolutions to be left on the agenda, waiting for someone to make it happen. Certify your commitment to sustainability by registering at fairbnb.coop and applying for an EU ecolabel: in countries like Italy, Fair Hosts have favorable terms!
Thanks to the new partnership between the coops Fairbnb.coop and Label Emmaus, a modern outcome of the movement born in 1949 under the impetus of Abbé Pierre, sustainable tourism in France will fuel a circular economy that gives people, as well as things, a second chance.
Thanks to the partnership with Visit Moray Speyside and the Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers, our new community node will allow guests to book their accommodation while also benefiting the local area of Moray, in the north-east of Scotland.
For at least 20 years, community-based tourism has expressed a modern idea of responsible and inclusive tourism, which instead of extracting value from the territories, shares it with local people. Now Fairbnb.coop can put it into practice, even in your city or region.