Carry on and pack light
Packing light enough to carry on your luggage keeps the weight of the plane lighter, which helps with CO2 emissions. We should all probably consider walking around with less baggage anyway.
Take a direct flight
If you can, try to book a direct flight. Avoiding any extra take-offs and landings helps keep the CO2 emissions down. And it’s just less airport time in general.
Offset your flight with Ref Climate Credits
Flying is a pretty big driver of CO2 emissions. Good news: we’ve made it super easy to offset flying with Climate Credits. A helpful option if you hate flying and like to pretend it never happened. Packing list
Some chemicals in sunscreen—oxybenzone or octinoxate—have been found to wash off and cause damage to coral reefs. Look for sunscreens with natural mineral ingredients aka titanium oxide and zinc oxide, so you don’t burn or hurt nature. Win-win.
Bring your own hair & body products
Another quick way to reduce waste during your trip is to bring your own reusable travel-size containers. And then you don’t have to worry about not liking what the hotel has provided, which can obviously derail everything.
And oh - we wouldn’t be Ref if we didn’t tell you what sustainable things to pack