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This south of the border city is trying to green up its act.
Get out from behind the wheel and experience a true sense of calm
Deep within America's national parks lie pristine, protected spots called wilderness areas — and most of us are only a day trip away from one of them.
Despite its Texas-sized sprawl, Houston doesn't have a problem with going green.
As nature travel increases, ecosystems are eroding.
From the ancient hunting rituals of the Kalahari Bushmen to the migration trails of polar bears, these trips are sure to awe and inspire.
With its rehabilitated gothic buildings, hydrogen bus pilot program, and liberal use of solar power, Barcelona is one of the most eco-friendly cities in the world - and one of the most stylish.
Can eco-tourism lend a helping hand in Nicaragua?
On the U.S. Virgin Island of St. John, two eco-resorts come of age.
The Great Ocean Walk offers an intimate look at how climate change may be affecting Australia.
Explore a new predator-ridden savannah, stalk the elusive black rhino, dodge a charging elephant — eco-tourism in southern Africa is one wild ride.
A modern-day Greek odyssey that cruises the Aegen Sea by (mostly) wind-powered means, taps unspoiled destinations, and zeroes in on sustainable island life.
A trip to Machu Picchu left this traveler with a greater appreciation for nature, but does that justify the journey’s massive carbon footprint?
For a city so steeped in revolution, going green is a walk in the park.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living