Difficult Days Ahead at COP21 Climate Summit

  In the first few days of the COP21 climate change summit in France, world leaders, politicians, and other environmental experts began their discussions on a worldwide agreement to combat global warming. Britain’s Prince Charles gave the keynote address and … Continue reading

The United Nations Climate Change Summit: What To Expect

  In the coming days, leaders from across the world will gather outside Paris for the The United Nations Climate Change Summit, also known as COP21 (which stands for Conference of Parties 21st meeting) to discuss fossil fuel consumption, limits … Continue reading

Ready, Set, Winter! Tips For An Eco-Friendly, Winter Home

  Was that our Indian summer?  Yeah, that’s definitely come and gone!  And now the beautiful fall foliage is leaving us, too, and it’s time to prepare for winter, which is just around the corner. Get your home ready for … Continue reading

Green Inns and Bed & Breakfasts for Your Winter Holiday

  If you’re deciding what to do for your upcoming winter holidays and don’t want to deal with the hassles of flying, making reservations at busy restaurants and navigating through throngs of tourists in overcrowded vacation destinations, we have a … Continue reading

Go Behind the Scenes at Sustainable Airports

November begins the busy season of holiday traveling. In fact, Airlines for America, the country’s only airline trade association, estimates 24.2 million people flew from Nov. 21 to Dec. 2 for Thanksgiving in 2013. With family and friends spread out across North America, people are relying on air travel more and more. And as North Americans are becoming more aware of the importance of protecting the environment, they want their holiday travel partners to share the same philosophy. Continue reading