Ecotourism

How is Rome Changing the Way They Manage Their Plastic Waste?

Shirley Wickerson

Rome, as one of the most polluted European capitals, is hardly what you could consider ...

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Europe’s Breathtaking Natural Wonders

Ryan Nathans

When people think of traveling to Europe, most people picture things like the Eiffel Tower or the ...

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The Most Bike-Friendly Cities

Jesse Powell

Copenhagenize Design Company is a design consultancy company that specializes in matter relating to ...

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Abandoned Places Being Reclaimed By Nature

Ryan Nathans

When places go abandoned a new tenant moves in: Mother Nature. However, as civilization evicted her ...

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America’s Amazing National Parks

Jesse Powell

A country that is comprised of 50 states, with various terrain, that runs between the Atlantic and ...

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5 Ways To Be A Greener Traveler

Taylor McCann

Being an eco-friendly traveler is hard. Indulging in flights and fancy hotels can leave behind a ...

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Enjoy the Fruits of Your Labor–5 Tips for Eco-Friendly Camping

Shirley Wickerson

Camping is a fantastic way to enjoy nature and experience the fruits of conservation efforts. ...

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Thanks To Conservation Efforts, India’s Tiger Population Has Grown 30% In The Last 4 Years

Derek Stern

Sadly, many of the world’s most beautiful creatures are on the endangered species list, with an ...

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Thanks To A Massive Heat Wave, Greenland Just Lost 11 Billion Tons Of Ice

Sarah Jones

August has been a tough month for Greenland. Like many other countries around the world, this ...

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Paris Bans Nearly Two-Thirds Of Vehicles To Battle Pollution

Shirley Wickerson

Paris recently set a record by imposing the most severe restrictions in the city’s history when it ...

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Electric Personal Transportation Has Taken Over Paris

Shirley Wickerson

When electric scooters first hit the scene in major cities all across the world, it seemed like it ...

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Looking For A Sustainable Vacation Destination? Check Out Istanbul.

Ryan Nathans

Everyone loves a good vacation, but in this day and age, it’s important to seriously think about ...

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120 Million People Could Be Facing Poverty By 2030, And We Have Climate Change To Thank

Shirley Wickerson

It would seem that climate change may have a bigger impact than just damage to the environment. A ...

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Palm Beach Florida Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags And Polystyrene Containers

Jesse Powell

It seems that each month more and more countries are hopping on the environmentalists’ bandwagon ...

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Wild Pigs Are Wreaking Havoc In Canada, And The U.S. May Be Next

Sarah Jones

Parts of Canada have a serious problem on their hands and if something doesn’t change, Americans ...

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Environmental Efforts In California Are Reducing Effects Of Fog

Taylor McCann

It’s hard sometimes to know if our conservation efforts are really paying off. Does it really ...

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Danish Island Commits To Be 100% Trash-Free By 2032

Ryan Nathans

There’s a huge trend right now of communities and even entire countries committing to some pretty ...

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A Massive Beach Cleanup In Mumbai Has Brought Back Turtles Thought To Be Gone

Phil Dunn

At any given moment on the planet, there’s a conservation effort happening. That’s great news, but ...

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Australia Just Granted Permission For One Million Tons Of Sludge To Be Dumped On The Great Barrier Reef

Phil Dunn

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is 1,400 miles of some of the most remarkable reef habitat on ...

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The UK Just Revealed Poor Air Quality At Nearly 2,000 Sites Across The Country

Jamie Hinds

A recent study just revealed that the UK has some serious pollution issues. In fact, there are ...

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Here Are Some Of The Worst Invasive Species In America Today

Phil Dunn

An invasive species of plant or animal can quickly wreak havoc on an area’s ecological system. ...

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Puerto Rico Shoots For 100% Clean Energy By Mid-Century

Jamie Hinds

Sometimes, good things can come from otherwise tragic events. Two years ago, Hurricane Maria tore ...

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This Norwegian Cruise Line Will Soon Be Using Dead Fish To Power Its Ships

Jamie Hinds

These days, more and more companies are trying to find new and creative ways to “go green.”  It’s a ...

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Government Shutdown Does Damage To Joshua Tree National Park That Could Take Centuries To Repair

Phil Dunn

The recent government shutdown in the United States left many of the country’s national parks as a ...

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London Transit Bans Unhealthy Food Ads

Tom Jones

For many years, it seemed that the human race was facing a plague of obesity and there wasn’t much ...

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Jamaica Jumping On The Plastic Ban Bandwagon

Tom Jones

Plastic bans have been a hot topic among cities and countries who are wanting to “go green,” and it ...

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Meet The First Country To Ban Chemical Sunscreens

Phil Dunn

Palau is an island nation that’s located in the western Pacific Ocean. If you’ve never heard of it, ...

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Lyme Disease Expected To Go Through The Roof In The Next 30 Years

Tom Jones

It would seem that climate change is affecting more than just water temperatures and the obvious ...

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A 115 Square Mile Iceberg Just Broke Off From Antarctica

Raymond Harris

In yet another example of global warming, it seems that Antarctica is attempting to send the world ...

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Disney To Do Away With Plastic Straws In Its Parks

Tom Jones

More and more companies are doing their part to help lower their impact on the environment. Earlier ...

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Amazon River Flooding Has Increased By An Alarming Amount Over The Last 100 Years

Jamie Hinds

For the last 100 years, an ongoing study has looked at river levels in the Amazon and the frequency ...

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Conservation Spotlight: The Alaska Conservation Foundation

Tom Jones

In a time where conservation organizations seem to be constantly battling environmental issues with ...

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Thickest Arctic Sea Ice In The World Breaking Up For The First Time In History

Raymond Harris

The evidence of global warming has been stacking up over the years and a recent study has shown ...

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9 Million Wildflowers Are About To Be Planted In London

Shirley Wickerson

There’s a new movement about to add quite a bit of color to the London scenery. The city is already ...

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Top Green Cruise Lines

Shirley Wickerson

At first glance, cruise lines might not seem like the most environmentally conscious business in ...

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World’s Largest Dinosaur Footprint Recently Discovered In Scotland

Derek Stern

Footprints belonging to the biggest dinosaur to ever walk the earth were recently discovered on the ...

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Green Destinations: The Huntington Library In San Marino, California

Derek Stern

The Huntington Library is located just outside Pasadena, California in the town of San Marino. If ...

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Australia Soon To Introduce World’s First Solar-Powered Train

Jamie Hinds

The Byron Bay Railroad Company in Australia is setting the bar for clean commercial travel with the ...

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5 National Sites That Conservationists Helped To Save

Julian Tan

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is the entity in charge of preserving our country’s ...

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5 Natural Wonders To Visit Before They’re Gone

Walton Bailey

One unfortunate truth about the world we live in is that many of our natural wonders are threatened ...

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5 Of The Most Naturally Beautiful Highways To Drive In America

Julian Tan

Long-distance trips usually involve a lot of time on the highway and many of those highways ...

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Gorgeous Bike And Train Combo Trips That Are Environmentally Friendly

Shirley Wickerson

Train travel doesn’t get as much credit as it used to, and that’s a real shame. It’s a great way to ...

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Green Travel Tips: 5 of the Best Environmentally Friendly Hotels in America

Julian Tan

If you strive to live a green lifestyle, that shouldn’t stop when you go on vacation. There are ...

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5 Green Airlines to Consider Before You Book Your Next Vacation

Shirley Wickerson

When you think of traveling “green,” you likely think of low-emission, electric cars, hiking and ...

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5 Green Theme Parks To Visit

Shirley Wickerson

You’ve worked hard living a green, eco-friendly life. You deserve a vacation!  If you’re looking to ...

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Ecotourism and 3 Fantastic Green Vacation Destinations Around the Globe

Shirley Wickerson

The desire to travel the globe and engage in adventurous expeditions is nothing new. What is new is ...

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Lakes That Are Vanishing

Taylor McCann

Due to many different reasons, such as human interference and global warming, prominent lakes ...

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Scientists Begin To Study The Hidden Continent

Taylor McCann

In early 2017, scientist declared a huge, submerged landmass a hidden continent. However, some part ...

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The Breathtaking Natural Wonders Of Asia

Jesse Powell

Asia spans over 44.5-square-kilometers which includes a wide variety of terrain. With such a large ...

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Bioluminescent Beaches

Jesse Powell

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), bioluminescence is "the ...

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Marine Sanctuaries Around The World

Taylor McCann

Marine Sanctuaries were made in order to protect the exquisite underwater ecosystems, including ...

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Climate Change May Cancel Your Vacation Plans

Ryan Nathans

Record-high temperatures are being documented across the globe. One city, in particular is Phoenix, ...

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The Best National Parks Of Africa

Jesse Powell

From Algeria to Zimbabwe, Africa has magnificent landscapes which are homes to some of the world's ...

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China Breaks Ground On “Forest City”

Ryan Nathans

In 2016, the World Health Organization declared China as the world’s deadliest country for outdoor ...

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The Country Most Vulnerable To Climate Change

Ryan Nathans

Of 186 countries assessed, Chad was recently named the most vulnerable to climate change. Chad was ...

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Best & Worst Areas For Breathable Air In The U.S.

Ryan Nathans

Thanks to new innovations like cleaner power plants and cleaner vehicles, United States' residents ...

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Mother Nature’s Spectacular Creations: Part II

Taylor McCann

Everywhere you look, one can find beauty in nature. However, mother nature out did herself when ...

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Eco-Friendly Hotels From Around The World

Jesse Powell

People everywhere are becoming more environmentally conscious with their daily lives. Therefore, ...

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Voluntourism: Travel & Help Save The Environment

Taylor McCann

Voluntourism has been recently become a popular way to travel. With traveling costs increasing, ...

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Mind-Blowing Natural Phenomena

Ryan Nathans

Everyone is used to natural phenomena such as snow and rain. However, there are less known ...

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How Coachella Is Becoming The Most Sustainable Festival Ever

Ryan Nathans

The first weekend, of the music festival Coachella, begins tomorrow. Boasting headliners such as ...

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Breathtaking Places You’ve Never Heard Of Before

Ryan Nathans

Thanks to the internet and social media, you can travel the world without leaving your home. ...

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Traveling The Blue In Green Superyachts

Taylor McCann

World explorers are taking the green to the deep blue. With new materials and innovations being ...

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The Greenest Cities In The World

Taylor McCann

Not only are these cities culturally exciting but they are leading the way for urban greening. Here ...

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The World’s Most Beautiful Gardens

Jesse Powell

March 12th is National Plant a Flower Day. In order to celebrate, we've collected pictures of the ...

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Mother Nature’s Spectacular Creations

Ryan Nathans

Just like man, mother nature is able to construct some pretty spectacular things. From hidden caves ...

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First Look At Leonardo DiCaprio’s Luxury Eco-resort

Ryan Nathans

In recent years, Leonardo DiCaprio has become a prominent environmental activist. He is now taking ...

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5 Sites You Need To Visit Before They Disappear

Ryan Nathans

Planet Earth his some truly amazing and beautiful places to see. However, due to climate change and ...

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