Brack Tours have embraced the green values of sustainability and are providing an environmentally friendly touring product, with our self-drive, chauffeur driven and adventure tours of Ireland. Working in association with the Green Tourism Scheme, Brack Tours are now committed to keeping the Emerald Isle of Ireland Green for future generations to enjoy, experience and explore.
We are committed to protecting the environment in which we operate & provide a stable sustainable tourism product which gives back to our touring destinations. We have a unique & diverse driven work ethic, which makes us want to share our culture with the rest of the world. Our Green team which is comprised of members from each department, help share this ideal environmental and sustainable work ethos. To learn more about our mission please read our Sustainability commitment by clicking the read more button.
At Brack Tours we take Green Tourism seriously, with a dedicated team across a number of departments we are able to get our message across to our entire workforce. Each member of the green team enforces our sustainable and green principles throughout their department making sure that all members of the workface abide by our environmental policy and green work ethos. Our Green team is comprised of the following Brack Tours employees Nuala Devlin Saul “Team Leader” James Mullen “Team Specialist” & Debra Devlin “Team Enforcer”.
Brack Tours are proud to be the first Irish inbound tour operator to be a part of the Green Tourism Business Scheme and hope to receive a Green Tourism grading in the coming months.
With this in mind Brack Tours are committed to providing a more environmentally friendly product and service to our oversea visitors, while also making sure that we do our best to keep Ireland Green.
Ireland is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, iconic landscapes and breath-taking coastal routes. We are proud of our country and want preserve it for future generations to enjoy and visit. So help Brack Tours keep Ireland green for years to come and join us to experience all that Ireland has to offer. Each and every one of us has an important part to play in the sustainability and protection of the environment around us. As of such, we welcome contributions and suggestions from both our team and our clients on how we can be more sustainable and how we can protect this unique environment.
Our employees are our key asset when it comes to green tourism and reducing our carbon footprint in Ireland. They do this in many different ways whether it is car sharing, walking to work or even being more adventurous and cycling to work, our team members go that extra mile to maintain our green work ethos. Below you will find some of our employees green journeys to work:-
Our very own Nuala embraces a simple saying “Burn Energy not Fuel”. Nuala has done this by purchasing a bicycle from Cycle Recycle Newry, who promote cycling through affordability by providing reusable bicycles that have been discarded by those who no longer need them. With this simple idea many people in Newry will enhance their lifestyle by improving emotional, physical & mental wellbeing. Nuala also has encouraged other office goers to purchase re-used bicycles and to also embrace Nuala’s “Burn Energy not Fuel” Moto.
Debra Devlin encourages the same simple saying by using a different method. She believes that walking to work will greatly reduce her carbon footprint in the local Newry & Mourne area. Debra often walks 2 mile to work every day and 2 mile back home in the evenings. She is also eagerly encouraging other colleagues to walk to work and is anticipating the Mourne International Walking Festival in June.
Sinead has a very simple work at home ethos, where she is eagerly cutting back on her carbon footprint. By not travelling using any method of transport. This allows Sinead to cut back on office costings within Brack Tours, this significantly reduces our carbon & Co2 emissions, reducing electric & water costs each year.
Our very own James Mullen lives the furthest from our Newry based office and is always concerned about the environment. Due to this James has come up with his own methods on a weekly basis on how he can help to reduce his carbon footprint. His first thought is to use public transport when possible, which greatly reduces Co2 emissions as James does not have to drive to Newry each day. When this is not possible James and his friends who also work in Newry, Car share taking turns on who drives on a weekly basis. This helps to decrease the wear and tear of each of their cars as they reduce the amount of journeys taken by each vehicle.
Our staff inspire us to make sure that each one of our tours remain as green as possible. We hope to inspire all of our clients to use public transport when possible in Ireland & Northern Ireland. Please check out the links below which will take you to the respective public transportation providers.
Newry is successful example of a prime hub between the surrounding towns and offers constant bus services to locations such as Armagh, Bessbrook, Warrenpoint and Tandragee. Making this the perfect location to tour the Mourne Mountains and the Ring of Gullion. For more information on Translink services and routes please click on the Translink logo.
Bus Eireann is the main bus service provider which connects the North and South of Ireland at various locations. We can incorporate public bus service within your tour to provide you with a more environmental friendly means of travelling between the North and South of Ireland. We can also incorporate this type of transport with our self-drive and chauffeur driven services, to greatly reduce your Co2 emissions while in Ireland. For more information Bus Eireann routes and service please click on the Bus Eireann logo.