Los Angeles

| So Green, So Cool | There are so many Los Angeleses, even if you stand in the same spot. Take Venice Beach, for instance. We remember coming here in the 1980s as an antidote to perfectly scripted Beverly Hills. Venice in those days was the outré actor of bad attitude and raw emotion without […]

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| Certified Green History | As I walk past the Rolls Royces, late model Porches and BMWs on my way into the Langham Huntington, I can’t help but wonder whether this impressive luxury hotel can really get its green on. I’m only a few minutes north of downtown L.A., but in gestalt time it’s a […]

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| Flying High To China | Notes from the Green Travel Guru’s flight log…. The secret to getting the most from your frequent flier miles is not only accumulating them in the fastest ways, it’s also spending them well. I want to reap the greatest value … and, boy, am I. Remember my First Principle […]

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| Green Travel News | When the new Courtyard Charleston/Summerville in South Carolina opens in 2012, it will be the first Marriott to be built using a  green hotel prototype developed in partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Marriott is first in the hospitality industry to create such a prototype, in pursuit of its ambitious goal of having 300 LEED […]

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