Sustainable Travel in 2024 Will Look Like This

Sustainable travel in 2024 is not just about reducing your footprint; it’s about enriching your experience and positively impacting the places you visit.

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How Vanishing Trees Steal the Magic in Iten

Iten, the high-altitude haven, cradling international athletes for decades, faces a formidable foe – deforestation.

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Can all the Green Travel Websites Stand Up

How many green travel websites have you visited? Did you know that if the Internet was a country, it would be the fourth largest polluter?

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How A New Road Might Save Iconic Rivers in Meru

Might the new Mati road open up the closed area to more scrutiny and offer a chance to save a dying legacy of great rivers in Meru?

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World Environment Day Hits 50. What Next?

As we mark the 50th World Environment Day today, it is clear significant challenges lie ahead. But all is not lost so still celebrate!

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5 Ways We Can Appease Mother Nature

Mother Nature continuously expresses her anger in different ways including messed up weather patterns and bushfires. Here are 5 ways we can appease her.

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6 Reasons Ol’ Bolossat Merits Your Attention

Lake Ol’ Bolossat is not as spectacular as the other mighty rivers in Kenya, but when it almost dried up, it caused a panic. Here are six reasons why.

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105 Reasons Ivory Only Belongs to Elephants

I always felt elephants would need an elephantine approach to save them from extinction. Might burning 105 tons of ivory in Kenya be it?

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