Month: February 2019

Eco Soul Hostel – London’s first ecological, community hostel

In our latest post we feature Eco Soul Hostel, an upcoming hostel and hub in London dedicated to bringing together people who share values of social change, sustainability and inner wellbeing. In the words of the Founder & Project Coordinator, Noah Walton, “Again and again, we see that staying in a community where people have shared values has the potential to catalyse and inspire people. We’re excited that our …

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Wheel The World – Enabling accessible travel adventure

No better way to introduce our latest feature but this video,   Meet Wheel The World. They are enabling accessible travel adventure. They promise to tailor one’s experiences, based on their disability and wishes, with the necessary accessible equipment. We caught up with Arturo Gaona, Experiences Officer at Wheel The World, to know more about this platform. we striving to create a unique atmosphere …

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5 sustainable beaches you can’t afford to miss

In our last post, we featured the global eco-label Blue Flag programme. Operated under the auspices of the Foundation for Environmental Education, the Blue Flag voluntary eco-labels are awarded to beaches, marinas, and sustainable boating tourism operators. We now take look at some of the sustainable beaches certified by the Blue Flag label. Some of the criteria in labelling a beach …

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