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Sustainable Travel

Sustainable Travel: How to Travel Responsibly Post-Pandemic

Let’s talk about 2020 (cue hesitant shudder). Last year, we were all forced to slow down; travel was restricted, we were advised to work from home and social activities were limited. Yes, this was largely discouraging but while we were all selfishly thinking about how the pandemic was affecting our social lives, we forgot about how valuable this interruption might be for the environment. With travel constraints on an international scale, this significant slowdown of social and economic activities has seen air quality ... Read more

7 Tips for Eco Travel in a Tiny Home

When it comes to our homes, some will say the bigger the better. Still, more expats and travellers are turning towards eco-friendly and minimalist living. The trend is slowly progressing East from America. As we become more conscious of sustainability and the climate, tiny home living is a rewarding and effective way to contribute. Most people are starting to make environmentally-conscious changes, like not buying clothes from fast-fashion retailers. Even so, this does not reduce your environmental footprint much. Living in a ... Read more

5 Destinations Suited to Eco Expats

The world is facing increasing environmental issues, now more than ever before. As such, it has become essential for action to be taken both at an international level and within local communities – Gandhi’s quote “be the change you wish to see in the world”, comes to mind. In the UK, we are encouraged to recycle, buy locally, use green energy and in general, we have the freedom to take the suggested actions to reduce our carbon footprint. However, in other countries ... Read more
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