Whether you're camping at your local beach or backpacking around the world, there are ways you can tread more lightly. Green travel writer LOUISE SOUTHERDEN gives her take on responsible roving.
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Looking for gift ideas for the eco-conscious travellers in your life? You've come to the right place...
Are camping-based treks in the Himalaya really more environmentally friendly than lodge-based treks?
People from all over the world involved or interested in sustainable travel gathered in Adelaide this week for the inaugural Green Travel, Climate Change and Ecotourism Conference. By guest blogger, Phoenix Arrien.
Guest blogger, green travel writer Phoenix Arrien shares her thoughts on how to choose eco-accommodation.
Do you ever look at the world through eco-goggles? Evaluate a place by whether it does (or doesn't) pass certain environmental criteria? I used my eco-goggles when I was in China last week and was pleasantly surprised by what I saw...
More and more tour operators are wearing their green hearts on their sleeves.
The 25th anniversary of the High Court ruling that saved Tasmania's Franklin River reminds us of the importance of protecting the natural places we eco travellers love to visit.
They say travel broadens the mind. And it's true - sometimes it can remind you of your true place in the world and reconnect you to a wider world beyond you, me, us and them.
Eco travel isn't just about safari tents and canoeing trips. You can be an eco traveller when you're on the job, too. Here are a few tips for travelling more greenly when you next have to attend a conference or work meeting.
To kick off this blog, I thought I'd start with a question: what does "eco travel" mean to you?