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Green Travel : The Allure of Open Air Markets

Every ecotourist has to eat. Why not be a more ecological food consumer by targeting open air markets for meal times? Open air markets are a pleasant way to spend a morning or afternoon, providing vibrant and colorful venues for strolling around and taking in the local food and atmosphere.


Responsible Consumerism During Ecotravel

One thing we are sure to do when we travel is consume. The very act of traveling is consumption - the consumption of services, like transportation and lodging and entry fees and show tickets; or of goods, like food, clothing, souvenirs, luggage tags, and books to keep us entertained during the inevitable periods of waiting in lines and in rooms for things to happen. Consumption is automatic and can be a mindless activity.


Spitalfields Free Summer Fashion

By Tim, 05/10/2010 - 01:27

Summer is nearly here, so what better time to re-energise your tired,
overworked wardrobe by popping down to Spitalfields market this Wednesday?

It?s a "Swish" event - which means it?s totally eco-friendly, practical and fun - all at once. Just drop off your unwanted shoes, bits of clothing or accessories, then have a cheeky browse through fellow "swishers" donated items to capture your own recyled freebie. Keep your fashion on track AND eco by following the time guide below.

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2010 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards

By Emily, 03/18/2010 - 00:08

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has announced the 12 finalists for the 2010 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. The winners will be revealed on May 26th celebrating the best in sustainable tourism throughout four different categories. This year over 160 entries were received from over 45 countries.

The categories and the finalists are:

Destination Stewardship Award