Tour Green 

REAP’s Tour Green program allows Alaska’s visitors and tourism vendors to have a lasting, positive impact on the state’s environment and economic future by contributing to a fund that supports renewable energy education at schools across Alaska. Through the Tour Green program, we are planting the seeds for a sustainable energy future that will help preserve Alaska for future generations to enjoy.  Please join us and help spread the word.“Tell me and I forget.  Teach me and I remember.  Involve me and I learn.”
- Benjamin Franklin

How the program works

Alaska’s pristine beauty, remoteness and spectacular wildlife draw thousands of visitors each year, creating a thriving, beneficial tourism industry. But these activities have lasting impacts on Alaska’s wildlife habitat, and can negatively affect the environment through the burning of fossil fuel. Tour Green allows visitors to mitigate these impacts and help preserve Alaska’s beauty for generations to come.

Through Tour Green, visitors, conference attendees, and other travelers can donate to a fund that supports renewable energy education across Alaska. For example, Kayak Adventures Worldwide in Seward donates $2 to Tour Green on behalf of every one of their guests. Each Tour Green contribution helps schools offer hands-on experiential learning opportunities to their students, and lay a foundation for a cleaner energy future for Alaska.

We can work with your business or organization to set up a Tour Green donation plan that works for you.  Please contact Courtney Munson for more information on the program or to get involved.

Click here to learn more about the education programs supported by Tour Green.

Participating Operators

Support Tour Green today by contributing when you book a reservation with any of the following participating operators:


Other Tour Green Supporters

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Who we are

Renewable Energy Alaska Project is a coalition of energy stakeholders working to facilitate the development of renewable energy in Alaska through collaboration, education, training, and advocacy.