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The carbon footprint of Airbnb is likely bigger than you think

By Mingming Cheng, Senior Lecturer, School of Management and Marketing, Curtin University
Guangwu Chen, Visiting Research Fellow, UNSW
Sara Dolnicar, Research professor, The University of Queensland
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Our analysis shows most tourist accommodation — be it Airbnb or traditional hotel accommodation — comes with sizeable greenhouse emissions.

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