If you’re thinking about booking a stay at one of the many eco-tourism destinations that have popped up in the last few years, be on high alert for greenwashing.
An online tool makes it easy to figure out if and when tree colors are peaking in your state.
If you’ve got a computer and a few spare minutes, you could rack up multiple entries to this generous contest–all while helping Carbonfund fight deforestation.
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.
The Exbury Egg will rise and fall with the tides, giving the artist within unparalleled access to the river ecosystem.
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.
Grand Cancun will actively improve the environment by filtering out hydrocarbons and pollutants in the water, and reducing the entire population’s fossil fuel consumption.
Advanced technology and 14 trips to the Himalayas yield an unprecedented view of Earth’s highest peak.
The world’s largest solar boat is now also the fastest.
If you’ve ever stared out your office window, wishing for a life less tethered, get ready to drool.