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Greenwash Alert: Tulum, Mexico Has a Sewage Problem and You're Swimming In It

Greenwash Alert: Tulum, Mexico Has a Sewage Problem and You’re Swimming In It

This was just going to another fun and light eco-friendly destination guide, this time to Tulum, Mexico. And I was excited to write it! On its surface, Tulum is tailor-made for the conscious traveler. There are an abundance of vegan and farm-to-table restaurants serving traditional Mexican food. You can’t throw your sandal without hitting a...
  • Weekend Reading: Fast Fashion Might Make the Secondhand Clothing Economy Collapse

    Weekend Reading: Fast Fashion Might Make the Secondhand Clothing Economy Collapse

    Me, Elsewhere on the Internet Excited about this one! ->¬†Fast fashion might make the whole secondhand clothing system topple over. | Newsweek Here’s a super cute way to celebrate the 100th anniversary of our national parks! | mindbodygreen Fashion Your “Made in Italy” shoe might actually be made in deplorable conditions in Macedonia or Albania....
    Local Food, Rare Wildlife, and Pristine Nature: What to do on Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

    Local Food, Rare Wildlife, and Pristine Nature: What to do on Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

    Costa Rica has established itself as a destination for eco-conscious tourists seeking out a sustainable vacation. With its abundant wildlife, famous eco-resorts, and variety of habitats that you can experience through immersive activities¬†that are either athletic or relaxing, it’s no wonder that five of my most conscious friends have visited the country in the past...
    Sustainable City Guide: Where to Shop in Boston for Ethical and Eco-Friendly Finds

    Sustainable City Guide: Where to Shop in Boston for Ethical and Eco-Friendly Finds

    So, you only have one day to do Boston? I gotcha. I can’t speak to the touristy stuff, but I’m sure you can turn to any number of people to find out about that oyster restaurant and in which mom-and-pop store to get a delicious (albeit not organic) pastry. I’m here to point you in...