Traveling is a great way to see the world & experience different cultures & environments, but it can also contribute to environmental strain.
Today there are expectations for corporate responsibility in travel. Hotels and resorts must be truly eco-friendly, not just market themselves that way.
Millions of us anxiously await our summer vacations, but does getting out of dodge for some rest & relaxation have to mean forcing Earth to pay a toll?
When traveling in Asia, with so many ancient and sacred sites such as temples and forests, it’s especially important to be respectful and preserve the places you visit.
Greener Skies: How To Assuage Your Air Travel Guilt Have An Nice — And Environmentally Friendly — Flight
It’s true that air travel burns a lot of fossil fuels, so frequent fliers with a green conscience follow a few simple rules to minimize their impact…
Eco-Friendly Trips: Seeing the World Without Trashing It Your travel is only as green as you make it
Eco-friendly trips are marked by travellers bringing less stuff and contributing to the local economy and off-setting emissions created getting there…
Go green on your next trip by choosing eco-friendly hotels & rental homes, vendors & tour operators, and purchasing carbon offsets for air travel.
How To Enjoy Eco-Friendly Vacations Choose Greener Airlines, Visit Eco-Friendly Locations and Buy Local
Keep your travel green this summer by choosing a carbon-efficient airline, visiting eco-friendly locations and buying from local businesses there…
U.S. Eco-Travel Destinations With more and more green resorts right here in the continental U.S., going green doesn't mean traveling to the ends of the Earth anymore.
With more and more green resorts right here in the continental U.S., going green doesn’t mean traveling to the ends of the Earth anymore.
There’s no better way to get around Denmark’s capital and to see the sights than than by riding a bicycle…