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Happy Holidays: Green Hotels Offering Responsible Vacation Packages

Responsible Vacation plans are trendy this year, and hotels have taken note. Hard Rock has declared that "green is the new white this holiday season".

L.A. Marathon- A Surprising Responsible Vacation Option

The L.A. Marathon is a responsible vacation option for those wanting 26.2 miles of conservation awareness.

UK Adds Air Tax to Achieve Green Travel Goals

According to the UK government, the green travel agenda inspired the rise in Air Passenger Duty (APD).  The air tax was put into effect on November 1st, much to the dismay of many passengers, airlines and travel companies.

Responsible Vacation Feature: Tourism Means Hope for Haiti

A responsible vacation in Haiti doesn't necessarily mean volunteering. Just going to Haiti, relaxing on the beach, and spending your money would qualify as a responsible vacation. Haiti needs tourism, because Haiti needs money.

Taxis- The New Form of Sustainable Travel

Electric taxis could be a common form of transportation for the sustainable traveler in months to come.

Sustainable Travel Ideas in Hyde Park

Sustainable travel to Hyde Park is the perfect fall activity, and can unveil more than meets the postcard’s eye.

Chumbe Island Coral Park: A Green Travel Haven

Chumbe Island is a 45-minute boat ride off the coast of Zanzibar, and it's a miniature utopia for green travel enthusiasts. The island boasts a clean, unspoiled shoreline and a coral reef with hundreds of different species of fish. It's 16-acres of natural beauty and quiet, even when all seven bungalows on the island are booked.

Who Says Sustainable Travel Can’t Be Luxurious Travel?

Sustainable travel doesn’t have to mean “frumpy.” Luxury is coming to a mode of transportation near you.

A Responsible Vacation Can Help Breakdown the Cholera Breakout

More responsible vacations will help prevent the spread of cholera and begin the healing process for Haiti.

Eco Travel in the Maldives (Before They Disappear)

The Maldives, the smallest of Asian nations, is a popular eco travel destination. It's also the lowest-lying nation, and stands an average of about 5 feet above sea level. In other words: if the ocean rises three feet, as is predicted by 2100 due to global warming, the Maldives would be (mostly) uninhabitable.

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