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Apr 27 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: Go Green Travel Green

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by Thomas Hynes

 

The thing about travel is that on the one hand it almost always expands your mind, experience and understanding of the world as a whole. It challenges expectations and almost always opens new doors. But on the other hand, travel can leave quite the carbon footprint. Jet fuel doesn't exactly grow on trees. Go Green Travel Green takes on this conundrum and provides readers with how best to see the world without doing to much damage to it.

Go Green Travel Green is run by a group of  "dedicated environmentalists" who recognize that "living off-the-grid and using earthworm composting toilets isn’t for everyone." On the blog, you'll read about the best countries for vegan and vegetarian travelers. Or maybe you're more interested in filtered water bottle reviews. Or maybe you need convincing on the whole concept of the green travel. For any skeptics, there's this gallery of  31 pictures highlighting why conscientious travel is the only choice.

And really it is the only choice. The world and its beauty is why we want to travel, right? We want to see the waterfalls and the northern lights and the butterflies and the mountains. It might make sense to go about seeing all those sights while taking into account future generations desire to probably do the same.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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