Epic Road takes travelers to the source, so that they can see, feel, smell, and touch the places at risk from pollution and climate change.
Salt Lake City is a mecca for those who love the outdoors, but it’s the variety of eco-friendly ways that you can get from one activity to another that caught our attention.
Green Empowerment offers unique hands-on tours that will give you a first hand look at the transformative power of renewable energy.
The traditional village of Changliu is only 90 minutes northeast of Guangzhou, but a world away from urban China — and at $16 USD/day, an eco-tourist’s dream.
When the owners of a hotel in the Boundary Waters region of northern Minnesota decided to go green, they found an eco-friendly partner in a state non-profit.
The Rainforest Alliance has launched SustainableTravel.org, an online travel search engine which boasts that all of its entries are certified sustainable.
Travelocity recently announced the launch of a green microsite within its main website offering a green hotel directory, carbon offset options and voluntourism opportunities for travelers as part of its Travel for Good program.