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We may be one of the last generations to see some of the Earth's most cherished places.
They don't call it the Sunshine State for nothing. This scenic peninsula boasts 2,000 miles of coastline, some of the country's best beaches, a world-famous theme park, several major cities and much more.
Sure, you know that's where the Alamo is, but chances are you'll be surprised by the developing eco-friendly scene in this Texas city.
Garden leaders hope the 900-acre Chapel Hill gem will become state's first LEED platinum-certified public facility.
This city has green business down to a science, along with plenty of eco-friendly accommodations, attractions and places to chow down.
Though Sao Paulo's skyline suggests nothing but endless urban landscapes, the city has plenty of green surprises.
Faced with melting snowcaps and bleak prospects for a snowy winter, ski resorts in Europe are using hydroelectric energy and other green technologies.
This ecologically vulnerable riverside capital is a great place to unwind.
Caribbean town seeks to become a vacation destination without sacrificing the environment or the local economy.
Denmark's capital offers many reasons to lay claim to the title of the 'greenest city in the world.'
The area on the Gulf Coast of Mexico near Veracruz City has become well-known in recent years for its astounding hawk migration.
Advice columnist Matt Hickman offers alternatives to air travel during the holidays.
Sacramento has more than its share of green features including green hotels, wineries and farmers markets.
A travel lover examines both sides of the issue.
Key ingredients are more tolerant, wealthy citizens and high level of creativity.
Pop-culture expert writes about entertainment, arts — and the occasional zombie.
Travel and style pro blogs about smart consumption and conscious living.