Most resorts are great at being green, but if you’re open to a new adventure try looking for a particularly eco location. Chamonix, France plan to cut carbon emissions by 20% in 2020, and increase its use of renewable energy. Anzère, Switzerland has implemented Europe’s largest eco-friendly heating system, saving 1.5 million litres of oil a year while providing energy to 600 apartments, two hotels and an outdoor pool with spa. Its 50km of piste is great for families. Jackson Hole, USA hopes to reduce all carbon emissions, domestic water consumption and waste plus two of its chairlifts are powered by wind energy. Top of the list is Saas Fee, Switzerland or the ‘Pearl of the Alps’, seen as one of the greenest resorts in the world and famous for being car-free. The resort is committed to sustainability and environmentally friendly tourism and is a leading example of how collective efforts can protect the climate whilst improving quality of life.