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I want to travel sustainably BUT can I do it cheaply?

You’ve heard it across various social channels – “Reduce your carbon footprint while traveling”. This may at times trap some into believing that sustainable travel is not easy and may only be for the elite – “I may need to travel in green-cars”, “I need to look for a special kind of eco-friendly boutique hotel”. This could not be farther from the …

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The Fashion Pulpit – Transforming fashion from wasteful to resourceful

On a recent trip to Singapore, a team member at One Planet Rating came across The Fashion Pulpit and was left amazed. This fashion space aims to be a one-stop shop focused at revolutionizing the clothing industry. Not only can one swap clothing for the best selection of pre-loved fashion pieces, one can upcycle and learn fashion tricks, all at one place! We …

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Go Travel and Talk: Building a community to explore, share and impact

In our latest blog, we chat with Cj Sinclair and Maggie Saltiel, the duo at the helm of the team at Go Travel and Talk. This inspiring team is creating a community-driven travel platform that empowers each other to explore, share and make a positive impact in the world. The platform provides detailed travel guides to worldwide destinations, breaking down how to navigate transportation, budget accommodation, …

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Safaris

Featured Activities – Pugdundee Safaris

Pugdundee Safaris is one of India’s leading responsible safari companies. With six intimate wildlife lodges in Central India – the stronghold of Wild Tigers and many bespoke wilderness experiences, it presents the very best of the Indian subcontinent wildlife & hospitality. Starting out It begun in 1986 with a small tented camp at Panna – Ken River Lodge. Between …

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Meet Blue Ollis, the blogger and YouTuber promoting intentional living

Meet Blue Ollis. A keen advocate of living sustainably and cruelty-free, Blue is a UK based blogger and YouTuber sharing her journey through veganism, sustainability, zero-waste, minimalism and holistic wellness. My journey and interest in opting for this lifestyle It hasn’t felt like a conscious effort as living sustainably seems to be the obvious choice when the other option is to live in a way that harms our …

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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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Blue Flag – Educating to protect

A world-renowned eco-label trusted by millions around the globe, the Blue Flag programme is operated under the auspices of the Foundation for Environmental Education and is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Blue Flag voluntary eco-labels are awarded to beaches, marinas, and sustainable boating tourism operators. We recently caught up with Sophie Bachet Granados, International Blue Flag Director, to know more …

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A sustainable trip through Mexico City

Mexico is the third most visited country in the world. Whether it is for its culture, cuisine or incredible beaches, this country has something to offer even for the most demanding tourist. Mexico is also committed to sustainable tourism and the protection of natural resources. For a couple of years now, it has stablished environmental standards to certify green hotels and ecotourism. Similarly, it …

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