The Good Traveler was founded in 2015 to help both airports and travelers reduce their carbon footprint. Today, the program has grown to include more than 20 airports, airlines, and fixed-base operators (FBOs) that operate at airports. The program works with these aviation partners to give travelers the ability to purchase certified carbon offsets. All offset funds support emissions-reducing projects in North America that are third-party verified to be of the highest quality. The Good Traveler is currently managed by Jet-Set Offset, a sustainable aviation company that provides the program with transparent, research-based carbon calculations. Learn more here.
Individuals and businesses now have the opportunity to offset the carbon footprint of their air travel through mileage-based charitable donations to hyper-local projects working to mitigate the impacts of climate change. Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities is the participating local non-profit organization most closely located to the Jackson Hole Airport. More information about each local Nonprofit Partner can be found here.
The Jackson Hole Airport has an established partnership with The Good Traveler as an Aviation Partner and is proud to both practice and promote more sustainable air travel. The Airport Board is committed to limiting our impacts on the environment and purchases carbon off-sets to neutralize all business travel by the Jackson Hole airport Board and staff.
To sign up with the Good Traveler, please learn more here.