If you’re itching to go on holiday but haven’t quite decided where you want to go yet, then grab a free ticket for the TNT Travel Show on 19 March 2011. London holds heaps of travel shows a year, but most charge around a tenner to get in, so TNT know how to butter up their clientele.
Few travellers are ever without a trusty water bottle at their side, and more often than not they’re made of plastic, which we know by now is a bit of a problem for the planet. So to avoid the problem of using a disposable plastic bottle altogether why not plan ahead and go for something more durable instead?
Keen surfers itching to catch a wave further afield are often hesitant to take their favourite board overseas for fear of damage in transit. Now they needn’t worry with the new WaveTribe Hemp Pioneer Travel Bag. Yes, there are a heap of surf carriers already available, but are they eco-friendly?
Based in Robertsbridge, East Sussex, on the south east coast of England, Sedlescombe Organic Vineyard has been the forerunner in organic viticulture in the UK for over 30 years. Established in 1979, Sedlescombe wines set out to quash the myth that English wines were no good, and they seem to have done a pretty good job.
Polish businessman identified only as Waldermar I. (Polish law dictates that his last name not be released) was about to fulfill a life long dream: hunt and kill a wild elephant in the African countryside. But, things didn’t work out as planned. After being met in Harare by employees of Mopani Safaris company he soon discovered that there were no elephants to be found.
The Extreme Exposure exhibition, showing at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, offers the chance for both wildlife and photography enthusiasts to get up close and personal with stunning imagery taken under often dangerous circumstances.
The Sustainable Living Festival was first held at Australia’s infamous Hanging Rock in 1999, featuring exhibitors from as far a field as Austria and America. It was a groundbreaking opportunity for people to share information and knowledge about sustainable living, and played a large part in shaping today’s Sustainable Living Festival.
Scouring vast numbers of websites to discover which ones suit your lifestyle can take considerable time and effort, so when it comes to eco travel we’ll do the hard work for you. Every week we’ll feature some key eco travel news items or articles we find interesting to keep you in touch with what’s happening in the green travel scene. Enjoy!