2015 guide to the top international sustainable and green festivals

With the summer festival season now upon us, I have been looking in-depth at ten of the most sustainable or eco-friendly events taking place outside of the UK in 2015. Here is a rundown and mini-guide to the most sustainable festivals in the world you should explore or even visit this year, glancing briefly at […]

2014 guide to the UK’s top sustainable and green festivals

With the UK’s summer festival season almost upon us, we will be looking in-depth at some of the most sustainable or eco-friendly events taking place in 2014. But first, to whet your appetite, here is a mini-guide to the festivals we think you should look out for this year, glancing briefly at their sustainability and […]

Sustainable holiday destinations: Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are an adored tropical paradise in the Pacific Ocean. Their survival lays inevitably in their ability to conserve the local ecosystem through strict controls of movement and responsible tourism. Officially known as the Archipelago de Colon, the islands are located 500 miles west of Ecuador. To this day, the chain of 13 […]

Sustainable holiday destinations: Fjords, Norway

The Fjords of Norway are a collection of unique, stunning and diverse natural landscapes, from mountains to waterfalls. Its Viking heritage can be experienced through active holidays and national designated wildlife routes. Situated in the western part of the country, the Norwegian Fjords are broken down into four main counties: Rogaland, Sogn and Fjordane, Hordaland […]

Sustainable holiday destinations: Belize

Belize is a rich tropical paradise full of eco-friendly resorts, beautiful protected forests and hidden archaeological Mayan treasures. It is situated on the east coast of Central America, with the Caribbean Sea to the east, the Mexican border to the north and Guatemala to the west and south. In northern and central Belize, tourists can […]

Sustainable holiday destinations: Alaska

Alaska is fast becoming a thriving holiday destination, captivating visitors with its pristine wilderness and wild adventures. Its plentiful natural capital makes it an ideal location for people to rediscover their relationship with wildlife and nature. In terms of overall area, Alaska is the largest state in the US. It has the Arctic Ocean to […]

Sustainable holiday destinations: Kenya

Kenya, located in the African Great Lakes region, is widely acclaimed for its idyllic beaches, safaris, national parks and diverse wildlife. Named after Mount Kenya which is the second highest mountain in Africa, it borders Ethiopia to the north and Tanzania to the south. There are six extraordinary sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage […]

Sustainable holiday destinations: Blue Mountains, New South Wales

The Blue Mountains are one of Australia’s premier holiday destinations. Characterised by their striking natural wonders, dramatic scenery and inspiring stories, the local environment is brought to life to create a fascinating and sustainable place to visit. A mountainous region of New South Wales, the Blue Mountains are situated to the west of Sydney, less […]

Sustainable holiday destinations: Costa Rica

Costa Rica is increasingly a popular destination for sustainable holidays, with its attractive and alluring scenery and a multitude of pioneering programmes that deliver exhilarating and sustainable experiences for tourists. The country is one of seven located in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south-east. Its capital city, San […]

Sustainable holiday destinations: the Azores

The conservation of historic sites, habitats and the local ecosystem has catapulted the Azores Islands, 850 miles west of Portugal, to the upper end of rankings of sustainable holiday destinations. Discovered in the 15th century by Portuguese travellers, the Azores are located in the Atlantic Ocean to the west of Portugal. They consist of nine […]