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6 Ways To Travel More Sustainably in 2019

In good news, sustainable travel is forecasted to be on the up in 2019. So, while we all want to be travelling smarter, fairer and more aware, just how do we go about it? We asked the eco tourism experts for their tips on how we can all be travelling in a...
 
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5 architectural heritage sites at risk from sea-level rise

As flooding and erosion become increasingly common in coastal areas, some of architecture’s most beloved sites are in danger Last week, NOAA released its annual Arctic report, which revealed that rapid warming over the past three decades has led to a 95...

 
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An ecofriendly weekend in Barcelona

  One of the world’s most visited cities, Barcelona is likely on your bucket list to visit or re-visit. But all that attention has a cost. As this Catalonian capital (population 1.6 million) hosts a steady influx of tourists (up to 27 million...
 
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The Cleanest Cities In The World For Eco-Travelers To Explore

What Cities Are Best for Eco-tourism? The world is a beautiful expanse of gorgeous scenery. And we want to see it all. But unfortunately, as much as tourism has done wonders for the economic growth of a town, city or country, it has also done enough damage....

 
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These Are the Most Eco-friendly Airlines Flying to Europe

For travelers committed to protecting the environment, your choice of airlines, planes and seats can make a big difference. A new report by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) has ranked 20 major airlines flying between the U.S. and...
 
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All of the Travel Companies and Places Phasing Out Single-Use Plastics

  It’s no secret that the world has a plastic problem: Globally, almost 300 million tons of plastic are produced annually—half of which is single-use—and more than eight million tons of that plastic are dumped into the ocean, according to the...