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
According to Carbon Brief, tourism is responsible for 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. The Guardian tells us that a trip from London to Rome (flying) has a carbon footprint of 234kg of CO2 per passenger which is more than is produced by citizens of 17 countries every year! This lack of eco friendly
Wherever your next adventure takes you, good shoes are a must. Not only will they appear in your photos, but they also need to keep your feet a well-regulated temperature and protect them so you can explore all day long, no matter the terrain. We asked travel bloggers to recommend the cute and comfortable travel
It may come as no surprise to you that in answer to the question “Travel by flight or rail, which is more sustainable?”, rail travel produces far less CO2 per passenger then a flight to the same location would. But unfortunately we can just take trains everywhere. In this post, we wanted to provide information
Periods don’t need to be taboo or detrimental to the environment, so let’s talk about how to have a zero-waste period. This post is for anyone and everyone, whatever you identify as you should know about periods and if you have a period, you should know how to have a zero-waste period. Every person who