Ecotourism

Steps to Shrink Our Footprint

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Each of us leaves a carbon footprint on the planet…and yours is probably larger and more destructive than you think. By making small, simple changes to our daily habits, we can tread more lightly and help build a more sustainable future. Here are four ways to start a lower-carbon lifestyle today.

1. Cook smartly

The way you cook plays an important part in reducing carbon emissions. Induction cookers, microwaves, and slow cookers are more energy-efficient than traditional ovens, reducing the size of your energy bills as well as your carbon footprint.

The Magic of Lake Tahoe: Sustainable Spring Skiing

A Renewed Commitment to Sustainablility Makes Fresh Tracks in Lake Tahoe
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There’s nothing like a getaway to Tahoe - the sunshine, fresh air, mountains and the lake make it a top destination for conscious travelers.

GreenMoney - The Special 100th Issue

Ten Noteworthy Articles
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GreenMoney – Inside the Special 100th Issue

Global Sustainable Tourism Council Signs Landmark Memorandum of Understanding with Pacific Asia Travel Association

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WASHINGTON, D.C., April 26, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) is pleased to announce a partnership as undersigned in a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), a not-for-profit trade membership association headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand. PATA Chief Executive Officer Martin Craigs and GSTC Board Member Guy Chester signed the MoU on April 26 during the PATA Annual Summit in Bangkok.

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