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SUSTAINABLE TREKKING IN NEPAL: HOW TO BE RESPONSIBLE ON YOUR HIKING ADVENTURE
Trekking in the Himalayas is Nepal’s most popular tourist attraction, and for very good reason. Every year this magical part of the world attracts 200,000+ visitors who long to explore some of the world’s highest mountains. But, with a lot of visitorsREAD MORE
WHAT IS IT REALLY LIKE TO TREK TO EVEREST BASE CAMP?
Ever wondered what it’s really like to trek to Everest Base Camp? Well, today I’m here to tell you. I completed the 12 day Everest Base Camp trek in November of 2019 — It was magical, challenging, and life-changing all in one.READ MORE
AUSTRALIAN BUSHFIRES: HOW TO HELP IN A TIME OF CRISIS
This beautiful land, the country I call home, is currently up in flames. This bushfire crisis is the worst that Australia has ever seen, and it has only just begun. Millions of animals have perished, thousands of homes have burntREAD MORE
ETHICAL TRAVEL PLANNING 101: HOW TO PLAN A SUSTAINABLE ADVENTURE
Planning your next holiday? Here’s the ultimate checklist to ensure that your trip is as kind to the planet, the people and the animals as possible. In my opinion, there’s no other option but to travel ethically, and I hopeREAD MORE
HOW TO TALK TO A CLIMATE CHANGE DENIER (WITHOUT GETTING ANGRY)
We’ve all been there… When you mention the dire state of the planet and within the blink of an eye you’re arguing with a climate change denier about whether the ecological crisis is real or a hoax. I wish youREAD MORE
TO BE A GOOD TRAVELLER, YOU NEED TO KICK YOUR EGO OUT THE WINDOW
Climbers walk over bodies to queue at the summit of the world’s tallest mountain. Voluntourists put their intention over their impact on damaging mission trips. Travellers trample on native flora, disrespect indigenous land and damage sacred sights for the perfectREAD MORE
IS VEGANISM REALLY THE “QUICK FIX” THAT WILL SAVE THE PLANET?
Over the last few days, social media has been hammered with one particular call to action in regards to saving the Amazon Rainforest… “Go Vegan”. This isn’t unusual; it’s been a sweeping statement in the sustainability space for numerous yearsREAD MORE
TREATING WOMBATS WITH MANGE – HOW YOU CAN HELP TOO!
We all know that dogs can get mange, but did you know that Australian wombats can get mange too? So much so that it’s slowly wiping out the wombat population and putting these beautiful animals at risk of extinction. UpREAD MORE
TIPS FOR ZERO WASTE TRAVEL IN NEPAL (OR ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD)
Plastic pollution is a global problem, and no matter where in the world you might be, tourists are responsible for the way they leave destinations, especially in locations where waste management infrastructure isn’t overly prevalent. “Take only memories, leave onlyREAD MORE
WILDLIFE SPOTTING: AN ETHICAL SAFARI IN CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK
I went on a safari in Chitwan National Park in the hope to see a Bengal Tiger, and I’m going to cut to the chase… I didn’t see one. But after a few days of wildlife spotting and soaking upREAD MORE
WHY YOU NEED TO TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF BEFORE TAKING CARE OF THE PLANET
In the activism space, putting your advocacy before your own wellbeing is a very common occurrence… Today I’m talking about those in the sustainability realm, but this occurs within all causes and all forms of activism too. It’s easy to feelREAD MORE
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