“All great changes are preceded by chaos.” ~ Deepak Chopra. I’m pretty sure Mr Chopra knows nothing of me, but every now and again I wonder if he has a secret camera hidden somewhere in ETG HQ. Today the new look site is revealed.
A few weeks ago, a team of conservationists confirmed the presence of two new communities of Komodo dragons living in the Mbeliling forest area of Flores, Indonesia.
Not content with being rated the best airport in the world by Airports Council International for the past eight years, South Korea’s Incheon International Airport is set to be bigger, better, and greener than ever before.
This year, Passports with Purpose’s goal is to raise $115,000 for buildOn to construct three schools and fund three adult literacy programs in the Sikasso region of southern Mali, Africa. Find out how you can help here, and for every $10 donated you are in with a chance of winning an excellent prize.
Since 2008, travel bloggers from around the globe have come together to raise money for a specific charity. It’s a way of giving back; to say thank you to the communities we’ve visited, lived amongst, learned from.
In an attempt to curb the influx of cruise liners along this route, last week the Italian government ruled large cruise ship traffic through Venice’s lagoon will be limited, and enforced.
After writing about whether it was appropriate to promote airlines on an eco travel blog last week, which prompted a great discussion, I discovered Air New Zealand was named the winner in the Global Tourism Business category at the 2013 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
Before the year bounds on any further, there is something I’ve wanted to share with you for a while, but for one reason or another have only been able to now.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a worldwide standard by which to measure sustainable destinations? One of the core goals of the GSTC is to do just that.
With the now incredibly organic, fair-trade, sustainably-sourced Union Square Holiday Market, Union Square may just be the greenest place in New York City.