Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Travellers looking to book an eco-friendly vacation don’t have to look far following the release of The World’s Best Ethical Destinations report. The report put together by non for profit organisation Ethical Traveller, assists people booking their holiday with the “names of countries where human rights and the environment are protected”. Ethical Traveller director Jess Greenwald said vacationers can still have a holiday while visiting places that demonstrate respect for humans and the environment. “Developing countries should be encouraged to pursue good behaviours,” co-author Jane Esberg said. “Tourism can provide an economic incentive to improve human rights, environmental conservation and social practices.” The report’s co-author Natalie Lefevre said that while the authors manage to select a range of ecotourism friendly destinations, no country receives a ten out of ten. “No country anywhere, is perfect,” Ms Lefevre said. “This report showcases the most ethical developing countries, based on dozens of sources and extensive research.” The report is an annual study of developing countries from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.The group focuses on three areas of protection: environmental, social and human rights.