In celebration of Earth Day and gorgeous spring weather, here are a few ideas on getting outside, enjoying nature, and protecting the environment as you travel in the U.S. & Latin America.
Choosing to buy local is a great way to get started on your journey towards sustainability–whether you’re traveling or at home. Here are 5 reasons why buying local is better for you and the places you’re visiting, plus 1 simple way to support small businesses around the United States.
Traveling in the U.S. and want to show support towards immigrants and refugees? This growing list of tours, restaurants, hotels, and other travel experiences helps you learn about, connect with, or support immigrants and refugees in local communities in the United States.
Curious about responsible travel or the International Year of Sustainable Tourism that you’ve been hearing about, but aren’t sure what it means for you or how to get involved? If you want to have a positive impact when you travel but don’t know where to start, this beginner’s guide to the Year of Sustainable Tourism is for you!
Want practical tips for having a positive impact when you travel? To kick off the UN’s International Year of Sustainable Tourism, I asked 15 travelers from around the world to share their best tips to help you travel responsibly in 2017.
Confused or intimidated about using Philadelphia’s Indego bike share program for the first time? Check out this Philadelphia biking guide for first-timers to make your visit to Philly healthier and more sustainable!
If you’ve traveled cross-culturally, you’ve probably made a few blunders along the way, and sometimes it helps to know we’re not alone in the embarrassing moments we have trying to learn a second language. Part 4 in the language and travel series brings you even more reader stories full of language mishaps and cross-cultural blunders while traveling abroad.