Few would argue that travel broadens cross-cultural understanding and enriches lives. However, as travel places greater pressure on the environment, we must all be aware of how we impact the earth. From sustainable places to stay to ethical eating experiences, Culture Trip shows how to explore the world while lightening your carbon footprint.
Rural Roots: Meet the Urban Farmers Making New York Grow Again
These New Yorkers are attempting to return to the city’s pastoral roots with their custom-made urban farms.
Chulalongkorn Park Keeps Bangkok Afloat in Monsoon Season
Landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom is on a mission to keep Bangkok’s rapidly sinking streets afloat.
Venice Might Be Overcrowded, But You Can Still Be a Responsible Tourist. Here’s How.
Explore how to visit this floating city sustainably.
Growing Underground: From Air-Raid Shelter to Subterranean Farm
Below ground in London, a hydroponic city farm in a tunnel could hold the secret to the future of food production.
Ethical Eating Experiences To Try in Brussels
Experience Brussels through the city’s growing selection of places offering tasty ethical eating.
Thomasina Miers: The Art of Cooking Sustainably
Thomasina Miers, co-founder of Wahaca, tells Culture Trip how she runs a sustainable restaurant chain.
How Paddleboarding Can Clean Up London’s Waterways and Beyond
Adventurer and environmentalist Lizzie Carr is campaigning to rid the oceans and inland waterways of their plastic pollution.
The Differences Between Green Tourism, Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism
How to be a more conscientious traveller and the earth-friendly travel options available.
The Five Best Sustainable Travel Destinations For 2020
Discover where to go and what to do to reduce your carbon footprint on your next holiday.
Stockholm’s Best Sustainable Experiences
See Stockholm in the most environmentally friendly way possible with these handpicked experiences.