Cruise Ship Petition (international)

We are aiming to generate 1,000 signatures by the end of the year, which we will then send to the 5 largest cruise ship companies, Carnival Corporation & plc, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., Star Cruises, MSC Cruises and Celestyal Cruises. If you are a UK resident you can also sign our petition to John Hayes MP, […]

Cruise Ship Petition (UK)

If you are a UK resident please sign our petition which will automatically send an email to John Hayes MP, the Minister of State for Maritime issues. You will receive an automatic response from his constituency office, however the email is addressed to him as the Minister, so we would expect a reply from him as such, in due […]

Cruise ships: What the FOC?

Most cruise ships sail under something called a ‘Flag of Convenience’ – an ‘FOC’.  This means that companies choose to register their ships in a country other than the country of ownership. Common FOC nations include Liberia, Panama and the Bahamas. Flying an FOC means that ships are subject to less regulation, making it more […]

Demand an end to water injustice in Goa

Donate to this campaign Our research indicates that there is growing concern among the people of Goa about the ways in which weakly monitored consumption and irresponsible disposal of water by hotels and resorts are: depleting groundwater and wells polluting waterways and beaches appropriating public water supplies to the detriment of communities and livelihoods, including […]

Help us Stop Orphanage Tourism

Donate to this campaign The petition will be used to persuade tour operators to end voluntourism placements in orphanages, which is why it is important as many people as possible sign the petition. Please circulate the petition to your friends, family and professional networks and consider donating towards our efforts to publicise this issue: help us […]

End Jarawa exploitation

Donate to this campaign   On 7th January 2012, the British newspaper, The Observer, exposed the scandal of semi-nude Jarawa women being forced to dance for tourists in exchange for food – by a policeman, who instead of protecting them, encouraged behaviour after being bribed by the tour operators. The Jarawa are an indigenous people […]