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| Greening Your Adventure | “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks,” said John Muir, the Scottish-American naturalist and tireless advocate of preservation of wilderness in the United States. He’s as right today as he was in the 19th century, maybe more so. As a society, we are now painfully […]

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| Greening the Slopes | It’s always snowing somewhere. So while ski season on North American and European slopes will soon give way to alpine meadows and wildflowers, winter fast approaches the Southern Hemisphere. Nonetheless, the ski industry has already begun to feel the effects of climate change, with shortened seasons and unpredictable snow falls (including […]

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| Green at Your Fingertips | There’s an app for everything these days, so why not for traveling greener? You have the power in your pocket to keep track of your carbon footprint and take steps to minimize it like never before. Here are five of the best mobile phone apps—all free or almost so—to get you […]

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| Tips For Going Green | Tourism is booming in Vietnam, and for good reasons. Who doesn’t like heart-stopping landscapes, amazing cultural experiences like traditional festivals and remote village excursions, a justly famed cuisine and astounding nature and beaches? Travel within this country is still relatively inexpensive as well. Yet Vietnam’s increasing popularity has, undeniably, brought increased […]

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| Greening in Kiwiland | New Zealand’s renowned natural beauty—after all, this is the nation that provides those ethereal backdrops to The Lord of the Rings Trilogy—consistently ranks high on the bucket list of green travel destinations. From the Art Deco town of Napier and surrounding Hawke’s Bay winemaking region on the North Island to the spectacular […]

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| Viva La Eco-Revolucion! | Today’s hottest travel destination in The Americas is an island frozen in time. It’s Cuba, of course, where you go to see 1959 again. The vintage Pontiacs and Buicks cruising Havana’s streets, with their crumbling but once-grand facades of buildings where Papa Hemingway sipped his mojitos and gangster Meyer Lansky built his gambling […]

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| Green On the Go | For nearly a decade, we have been delivering authoritative, on-the-scene tips and information about the world’s best eco-friendly eating, sleeping, seeing and doing. We’ve become the award-winning green travel website and e-guide publisher you trust. Now Green Traveler Guides will also help facilitate the best green “meeting” and “sharing,” thanks to a partnership […]

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| Green Travel News | It’s never too late to add this New Year’s resolution: travel sustainably. For most of us, the beginning of a new year inspires plans for a bigger adventure than the year before. A place more diverse, more thrilling (or relaxing!), more exotic. While these are great intentions, if we don’t travel […]

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| Green Travel News | Next year’s restaurant menus will be getting greener. That’s the welcome prediction of nearly 1,600 professional chefs surveyed by the National Restaurant Association in its annual What’s Hot culinary forecast. The chefs, members of the American Culinary Federation, were asked to name which foods, beverages and culinary themes will be trending […]

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| Greening in Canada | When it comes to traveling, people who have sustainable lifestyles might think that they have to leave their green practices at home and tolerate an overwhelming amount of wasted resources when staying at a hotel. However, lodging doesn’t have to be classified as “wasteful” anymore. Today, an increasing number of […]

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