Airbnb is a gamechanger for the travel industry. It opened up homes as alternatives to hotels and hostels, generating less waste, using less water and draining less energy than traditional hotels – whilst creating a global community.
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We've stayed in some absolute beauties, courtesy of Airbnb. And, whilst it's often been at the heart of some not-so-positive headlines, there are over 5 million homes listed worldwide – reducing the number of underutilised properties on the market. It also promotes the future of sustainable travel, and 88% of platform users incorporate green practices into hosting.