Writer, Cook, Environmentalist, and Mother of 2. Attended University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign...Lives in Conifer, CO
How to Rent Apartment with Bad Credit – Maybe someone has told you that trying to rent apartment with bad credit is a waste of effort, but that’s not necessarily the case. It’s true that bad credit can result in a denial of the application. Not all landlords will automatically reject you as other factors […]
Niagara Falls is one of North America’s most stunning and magnificent natural wonders, and well-worth a visit whether or not you’re a fan of eco-tourism. But, if you’re looking for a destination that has a lot to offer an eco-tourist, know that the Niagara Gorge is home to some of the most ruggedly beautiful terrain […]
UK Walking Cycling Holidays and trails are famous among enthusiasts all over the world. Amazing landscape, long or short ways that are great, especially if you want to reduce your carbon footprint. If you love to keep it green then the UK is a great place to enjoy walking and other outdoor activities whilst also […]
Have you heard of plogging? It’s where you get fit and pick up litter at the same time. This eco-conscious, green fitness trend combines the Swedish term, plocka upp, meaning “pick up,” with jogging. We love anything to do with green living and green travel. And now there’s green fitness! Benefits of Green Fitness Plogging […]
Glance over travel imagery in brochures, on social media feeds, and travel sites, and it is hard to believe just how impactful the travel industry is on the environment. Is the Travel Industry Doing Enough to Go Green? Those beaches appear pristine; the mountains so rugged and wild. However, our endeavors to see more, and […]
Why, exactly, are nonstop flights so much better for the environment than flights with a stopover? Here are some calculations: During a 143 mile direct flight (roughly Washington, D.C. to Philadelphia, PA), 51% of fuel burned is from the taxi, takeoff, climb, and landing…. During a 1,151 mile nonstop flight (roughly Washington, D.C. to Minneapolis, MN), a plane burns about 13,896 lbs of fuel (1,819 of which come from take-off and landing).