Category: Travel

  • Protect The Ocean During Your Spring Break Fun

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    For many college students, spring break is a time to relax after a stressful first half of a semester. For the residents of many coastal towns, however, spring break is the opposite. During the month of March, popular cities like Miami, Panama City Beach, Myrtle Beach, Virginia Beach and more see a large influx of […]

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  • 7 Ways To Travel in an Eco-Friendly Way!

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    Most of us know about leaving no trace when we visit a place, but there are plenty of ways that tourism can have a negative impact on an ecosystem, especially in areas where those ecosystems live in delicate balance. Being a tourist doesn’t mean that you have to leave a harmful imprint, however, and it […]

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  • Travel Through Australia in an Eco-Friendly Way!

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    As much as it is hard to maintain an eco-friendly behavior while traveling it has become an unavoidable necessity nowadays. In Australia, environmentally-friendly and culturally responsible tourism is making significant positive contributions to the cultural, economic and environmental well-being of the country. Eco-tourism can be defined by a variety of travel practices. As an eco-tourist […]

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  • New Eco-Freidnly “Glamping” Treehouse!

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    It may have been a while since you climbed a tree, but now might be the time to ascend again into nature, as British company Tree Tents has created a flat-pack treehouse that’s eco-friendly, extreme glamping-suitable and seriously sleek. You can even have it installed in your garden! Inspired by early aerospace design, the Fuselage is […]

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  • Waterford Residents are Asked to Recycle After Christmas

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    Waterford people are being urged to recycle plastic, waste cardboard and paper, and other items over the Christmas period. Christmas can be a plastic-heavy time with toy packaging, selection boxes and Christmas crackers. “There are many items that we use at Christmas time that can be recycled and especially when it comes to things like […]

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  • Take Eco-Tourism to the Next Level with These Hiking Locations in Hawaii

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    Let’s face it: No matter how long you go for, a trip to Hawaii is always going to feel too short. For the adventurous, expeditions that combine beaches and hikes can help make the most of your way-too-short time in this Polynesian paradise. Ehukai Pillbox Hike, Oahu You don’t have to be an aspiring Kelly […]

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  • Trade Recyclable Water Bottles for Public Transportation

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    Trading company employee Ari Fatah has no qualms about picking up plastic bottles from the streets of his Indonesian home town. In fact, he always makes sure to carry a shopping bag that he knows can fit in at least three large-sized bottles. Ari does this so he can catch the bus. A unique aspect […]

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  • Australia Library Goes Plastic Free

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    Dungog Library is the latest organisation to jump on board to make Dungog the first town in Australia to become single-use plastic free. Single-use plastic bags, bottles, take away coffee cups and straws are the four items that are overwhelmingly used just once and thrown away with the new initiative aiming for the community to “choose reusables” by […]

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  • 10 Amazing Locations for Eco-Tourism

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    From sustainably harvested cotton to locally sourced five-course dinners, the world of luxury goods has grown increasingly eco-conscious in recent years. So why, the second we head out on vacation, do we tend to throw those values straight out the Boeing 787 window? Maybe because travel has traditionally been about excess — eat this, buy […]

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  • Startup Businesses Making a More Eco-Friendly Israel

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    The startup industry in Israel is booming. Entrepreneurs are taking an active approach to capitalize on the potential within their countries. Profit doesn’t seem to drive business operations. Rather, the desire to change outdated socio-economic systems underpins many new business’ values. For the most part, companies are doing an exceptional job. From innovative water systems […]

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