Articles Tagged ‘Eco-Travel’

Road Trip Across Australia Costs Less Than $15 Thanks To Green Tech

Road Trip Across Australia Costs Less Than $15 Thanks To Green Tech March 21, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
We’re all for traveling light, but this German pair really took it to the extreme.  They recently made it across 5,000 kilometers of the Australian outback in car called the “Wind Explorer”, running on only $15 of electricity for the entire trip. That’s roughly the distance...

For the Eco-Tourist: New Map Provides Endangered Species Location + Info

For the Eco-Tourist: New Map Provides  Endangered Species Location + Info June 22, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Recently I wrote a short article about a new photo project by Joel Sartore. Sartore spent years photographing and documenting America’s wide variety of dying and endangered species of animals and insects, and compiled them all in the book National Geographic Rare: Portraits of America’s Endangered...

The Recession Cut Greenhouse Gases, But Now We’re In A Recovery

The Recession Cut Greenhouse Gases, But Now We’re In A Recovery May 31, 2010 | Eco-Travel | Read More
If there’s a silver lining to the economic crisis that hit some 18 months ago, you can find it in the sky. Actually, you’ll have to look a little higher to the ozone layer. That’s the findings of the International Transport Forum who detailed their findings in a recent 94-page report....

Win a Trip to Costa Rica from Nomadic Matt and Gap Adventures

Win a Trip to Costa Rica from Nomadic Matt and Gap Adventures January 29, 2010 | Around the Web | Read More
Fancy river rafting, horse-back riding, zip-lining through the jungle, hiking mountains and soaking up the sun on Caribbean beaches? The eco-friendly, sustainable tourism company Gap Adventures has partnered with solo backpacker, Nomadic Matt to offer travelers a chance to win a free two-week trip to...