The quiet humming of the tracks, the gentle rocking of the carriage, the snotty children touching the shared table. For the most part, train travel is easily one of the most enjoyable, and sustainable ways to travel and to see the United Kingdom. Keep reading to discover the seven best places to visit in England
If you’re here, I bet that you’re itching to travel! Whether you’re planning a major international trip or a local adventure, these eco-friendly travel products are great additions that you won’t regret adding to your suitcase. Let’s dive in! 1. Reusable-Collapsible Containers I know what you’re thinking: “Containers, really? I don’t have space for that.
Birthday gifts. Holiday season gifts. Friendly gifts. Apology gifts. I love you gifts. Going on an adventure gifts. Whatever the occasion, we’ve created a gift guide of the 9 best sustainable gift ideas to give the travel lover in your life, or maybe just to treat yourself instead! Sustainability Tip: Purchase used items or electronic
We live in a world where plastic packaging is the norm and although this is changing, plastic is still the norm. In this guide, we’ll explore the best cheap, and easy ways to reduce plastic while traveling, without breaking the bank or adding too much gear. Cutting out plastic doesn’t have to mean losing the
“It’s only one straw,” said 7.7 billion people. Paper straws are becoming all the rage, but are they really that much more sustainable than plastic straws? And what are these wheat straw things? We all turned our backs on plastic when the video of the turtle with a straw in his nose went viral, but
Unless you’re flying first class, long haul flights leave something to be desired in terms of comfort, so in order to arrive at your destination feeling somewhat refreshed, there are some specific carry on essentials that I highly recommend. These items are all vegan and cruelty free to our knowledge in order to further and
With climate change on the rise, more natural disasters than typical seasons, and animals dropping like flies, there is no better time than today to implement these easy green resolutions in your life! By the end of this guide, you’ll have seven easy and affordable (if not free or money-saving!) ways to be more sustainable.
Sip tea in the jungle tree tops or lounge on a beach outside of Los Angeles. Sleep in a hammock with no wallks What could be better? Doing it sustainably at an eco lodge or eco hotel! We asked 13 travel bloggers to recommend their favorite eco lodges. Keep reading to discover what they said!
“One American household emits 8.1 metric tons of CO2 each year through food consumption alone. Yes, that’s TONS. The production of food accounts for 83% of emissions, and its transportation accounts for 11%” (CNN). Wherever you live in the world, it’s likely that your carbon footprint is much larger than you might expect. With fires terrorizing the