To demonstrate our commitment to protecting the global environment, Dulabab donates a significant proportion of its energy and resources to helping protect, sustain and improve our world for future generations.

In addition to working where possible on commissions with scientists and verified conservation non-profits globally, Dulabab has formal agreements in place with leading initiatives helping protect, sustain and improve natural environments globally.

Through a formal agreement with leading non-profit World Land Trust all Dulabab business operations and elements of client commissions are offset for Carbon emissions which contribute to global climate change. World Land Trust is an international conservation charity, which protects the world’s most biologically important and threatened habitats acre by acre. Since its foundation in 1989, WLT has funded partner organisations around the world to create reserves, and give permanent protection to habitats and wildlife. Calculations are 3rd part verified by Carbon Footprint, with donations then given to World Land Trust who invest the funds in a tropical forest sequestration programme in Guatemala. Certificates are then issued to clients on completion of their commission. 
Learn more about World Land Trust and Carbon Footprint.

Read more about the effect of travel, in particular high-end travel, on global Carbon emissions. New studies indicate about 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions come from travel, 4x what was previously estimated. The carbon footprint of global tourism article.

As a member of the '1% For The Planet' we join a global network of businesses, nonprofits and individuals working together for a healthy planet. Through donating direct to approved conservation projects, this group of committed companies have given back more than $175 Million dollars to the environment. In 2018 Dulabab chose to donate funds to the good work of MarAlliance, who from their base in Belize explores, enables and inspires positive change for threatened marine wildlife, their critical habitats and dependent human communities. 
Learn more about '1% for the Planet'.

Dulabab is also a member of the Adventure Travel Conservation Fund (ATCF), an international nonprofit focused on funding on-the-ground conservation projects around the world. ATCF members such as Dulabab are a diverse group of leading adventure travel and outdoor recreation businesses who share a common ethos and commitment to protecting the resources from which the adventure tourism industry depends on. Team member Neil Rogers is a board member.
Learn more about the 'Adventure Travel Conservation Fund '