One of the benefits of camping is that it's largely eco-friendly. Glamping doesn't have to be an exception to this though, and you may just find that glamping is more eco-friendly than you originally thought.
If you’re comparing a glamping break with a hotel stay, glamping trumps on eco-friendliness the majority of the time. Many glamping sites have solar panels installed to generate at least most of the electricity they use, and often use less electricity and water than a stay in a hotel, as a result of needing less maintenance.
Of course, there are glamping sites out there that use compost toilets, have a spring water showers and perhaps has no electricity or Wi-Fi whatsoever. These are much more eco-friendly than your standard glamping option, but a little harder to find.