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  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  1  0  43 minutes ago
  • Parlons de… voyage!

Bienvenue au jour 12 des #GreenBookFairies! En plus de réduire notre pollution plastique, nous cherchons d'autres moyens d'être plus écolos.

Beaucoup d'entre vous auront remarqué que la nature a prospéré au cours des derniers mois - moins de pollution signifie des arbres plus verts, plus d'oiseaux, plus de poissons dans l'eau. Il est important de se rendre compte de l'effet négatif que nous avons en choisissant de prendre la voitures et/ou l'avion. Aujourd'hui, nous allons voir comment passer à d'autres modes de transport!

De plus! Les restrictions actuelles ont contraint de nombreuses personnes à explorer davantage les pays dans lesquels elles vivent, ce qui est une opportunité fantastique de découvrir des joyaux cachés à sa porte sans parcourir des milliers de kilomètres!

Le problème:

La pollution de l'air tue environ sept millions de personnes dans le monde chaque année. Les données de l'OMS montrent que 9 personnes sur 10 respirent de l'air contenant des niveaux élevés de polluants. Alors imaginez comment cela affecte les autres créatures et les plantes?

Le plastique à usage unique est monnaie courante lorsqu'il s'agit de voyager, car la nourriture et les boissons sont axées sur la «commodité».

La solution:

🥾 En vélo! Le vélo est une alternative verte et saine à la conduite, là l'onpeut circuler en sécurité! Vous pouvez de plus transporter dessus un gros panier à l'avant ou un porte bagages à l'arrière, et vous aurez beaucoup moins de problèmes pour trouver une place de parking! Dans certaines villes, vous pouvez également louer des vélos mis à votre disposition par la Région - cela vaut la peine de se renseigner
🥾 Transport en commun - avec des bus / trains desservant votre destination, pourquoi hésiter? Vous pouvez prendre des trains sur de très longues distances pour des trajets plus importants, et il peut être amusant de planifier vos voyages en conséquence!
  • Parlons de… voyage!

    Bienvenue au jour 12 des #GreenBookFairies! En plus de réduire notre pollution plastique, nous cherchons d'autres moyens d'être plus écolos.

    Beaucoup d'entre vous auront remarqué que la nature a prospéré au cours des derniers mois - moins de pollution signifie des arbres plus verts, plus d'oiseaux, plus de poissons dans l'eau. Il est important de se rendre compte de l'effet négatif que nous avons en choisissant de prendre la voitures et/ou l'avion. Aujourd'hui, nous allons voir comment passer à d'autres modes de transport!

    De plus! Les restrictions actuelles ont contraint de nombreuses personnes à explorer davantage les pays dans lesquels elles vivent, ce qui est une opportunité fantastique de découvrir des joyaux cachés à sa porte sans parcourir des milliers de kilomètres!

    Le problème:

    La pollution de l'air tue environ sept millions de personnes dans le monde chaque année. Les données de l'OMS montrent que 9 personnes sur 10 respirent de l'air contenant des niveaux élevés de polluants. Alors imaginez comment cela affecte les autres créatures et les plantes?

    Le plastique à usage unique est monnaie courante lorsqu'il s'agit de voyager, car la nourriture et les boissons sont axées sur la «commodité».

    La solution:

    🥾 En vélo! Le vélo est une alternative verte et saine à la conduite, là l'onpeut circuler en sécurité! Vous pouvez de plus transporter dessus un gros panier à l'avant ou un porte bagages à l'arrière, et vous aurez beaucoup moins de problèmes pour trouver une place de parking! Dans certaines villes, vous pouvez également louer des vélos mis à votre disposition par la Région - cela vaut la peine de se renseigner
    🥾 Transport en commun - avec des bus / trains desservant votre destination, pourquoi hésiter? Vous pouvez prendre des trains sur de très longues distances pour des trajets plus importants, et il peut être amusant de planifier vos voyages en conséquence!

  •  10  1  1 hour ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  9  0  1 hour ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  9  0  2 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  9  0  2 hours ago
  • ⛺️ ☀️☕️ GOOD MORNING, CAMPERS! 

Is there anything more beautiful than being woken up in the morning by the sounds of nature and realising that you have spent the night outdoors in a tent? 

For us camping is one of the best ways of escaping the huzzel and buzzel and reconnect with nature at its purest. Wether it’s with friends or family or just all be yourself enjoying some me-time: camping simply is FOR EVERYONE - and especially considering all the current circumstances and our climate, camping might even be THE best way of vacationing in the future. 

1 - Do you like camping as much as we do? 
2 - What do you like about camping most? 

⛺️👕 OUR CAMPING COLLECTION

This week we launched the super iconic CAMPING  COLLECTION to give all of you the right piece of sustainable fashion to wear when gone camping - check out our latest designs! Starting today we will feature one new camping design every day. 

💬 WHAT MAKES YOU ICONIC? 

Whether you like sitting by the campfire, hiking in the mountains or hate mosquitoes: whatever your like or dislike about camping is - MESSAGE us through the link in our bio and get your FREE CUSTOM DESIGN 💚 
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Photo Credits: @tomas_malco_malik
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#camping #tent #campfire #hiking #campingtrip #campinggear #outdoors #outdooradventures #outdoorlovers #backpack #packyourbags #mountains #tentlife #travel #holidayathome #nothingbutfootprints #greentravel
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#wearmoreyou #personality #shirtdesign #expressyourself #customshirts #iconify #designyourownshirt #veganshirt  #organiccotton #fairfashion #veganink #present #personalgift
  • ⛺️ ☀️☕️ GOOD MORNING, CAMPERS!

    Is there anything more beautiful than being woken up in the morning by the sounds of nature and realising that you have spent the night outdoors in a tent?

    For us camping is one of the best ways of escaping the huzzel and buzzel and reconnect with nature at its purest. Wether it’s with friends or family or just all be yourself enjoying some me-time: camping simply is FOR EVERYONE - and especially considering all the current circumstances and our climate, camping might even be THE best way of vacationing in the future.

    1 - Do you like camping as much as we do?
    2 - What do you like about camping most?

    ⛺️👕 OUR CAMPING COLLECTION

    This week we launched the super iconic CAMPING COLLECTION to give all of you the right piece of sustainable fashion to wear when gone camping - check out our latest designs! Starting today we will feature one new camping design every day.

    💬 WHAT MAKES YOU ICONIC?

    Whether you like sitting by the campfire, hiking in the mountains or hate mosquitoes: whatever your like or dislike about camping is - MESSAGE us through the link in our bio and get your FREE CUSTOM DESIGN 💚
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    .
    .
    Photo Credits: @tomas_malco_malik
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    .
    .

    #camping #tent #campfire #hiking #campingtrip #campinggear #outdoors #outdooradventures #outdoorlovers #backpack #packyourbags #mountains #tentlife #travel #holidayathome #nothingbutfootprints #greentravel
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    #wearmoreyou #personality #shirtdesign #expressyourself #customshirts #iconify #designyourownshirt #veganshirt #organiccotton #fairfashion #veganink #present #personalgift

  •  1  0  2 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  13  0  2 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  8  0  3 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  9  0  3 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  8  0  3 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

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  • paradise🏝
  • paradise🏝

  •  16  3  3 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  8  0  4 hours ago
  • Did you know that car drivers are exposed to more polluted air than pedestrians, cyclists and scooter users? A 2019 experiment by The Healthy Air Campaign discovered that people driving their cars were exposed to eight times more pollution than cyclists - who were driving on the same road. This is due to the polluted air from other vehicles entering the car ventilation system.
  • Did you know that car drivers are exposed to more polluted air than pedestrians, cyclists and scooter users? A 2019 experiment by The Healthy Air Campaign discovered that people driving their cars were exposed to eight times more pollution than cyclists - who were driving on the same road. This is due to the polluted air from other vehicles entering the car ventilation system.

  •  7  1  4 hours ago
  • The gin recommendation that you didn’t need but absolutely deserve. Thank me later.
  • The gin recommendation that you didn’t need but absolutely deserve. Thank me later.

  •  23  1  4 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  19  0  4 hours ago
  • La Strada del Sagrantino è un itinerario fra le terre di produzione del rinomato vino Sagrantino DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita), a pochi chilometri da Assisi, tra Todi e Spoleto, nel cuore dell'Umbria.

Tra queste colline coltivate a vigneto ed ulivo, dove sorgono torri, borghi e castelli medievali, si estende un percorso culturale ed eno-gastronomico che attraversa per 60 chilometri paesi dove la tradizione vinicola non è confinata fuori dal tessuto urbano, ma è parte integrante di esso: "La strada del Sagrantino".

La zona di produzione comprende l'intero territorio dei comuni di Montefalco, Bevagna, Gualdo Cattaneo, Castel Ritaldi e Giano dell'Umbria siti in provincia di Perugia.

La storia ci dice che il vitigno di Sagrantino è giunto a Montefalco grazie ai frati francescani che provenivano dall'Asia Minore.

#umbria #umbrialovers #greentravel #wine #winelover #sagrantino #bevagna #greenlife #walkinginnature #traveling
  • La Strada del Sagrantino è un itinerario fra le terre di produzione del rinomato vino Sagrantino DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita), a pochi chilometri da Assisi, tra Todi e Spoleto, nel cuore dell'Umbria.

    Tra queste colline coltivate a vigneto ed ulivo, dove sorgono torri, borghi e castelli medievali, si estende un percorso culturale ed eno-gastronomico che attraversa per 60 chilometri paesi dove la tradizione vinicola non è confinata fuori dal tessuto urbano, ma è parte integrante di esso: "La strada del Sagrantino".

    La zona di produzione comprende l'intero territorio dei comuni di Montefalco, Bevagna, Gualdo Cattaneo, Castel Ritaldi e Giano dell'Umbria siti in provincia di Perugia.

    La storia ci dice che il vitigno di Sagrantino è giunto a Montefalco grazie ai frati francescani che provenivano dall'Asia Minore.

    #umbria #umbrialovers #greentravel #wine #winelover #sagrantino #bevagna #greenlife #walkinginnature #traveling

  •  9  0  4 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  11  0  4 hours ago
  • #31GreenDays: Australia is an outdoorsy country. There are lovely trails and coastal walks and nature lovers thrive in these environments. 

It’s the love for nature that has caused Australians to speak up. The government has been facing flak because it has been slow to take action against climate change. There are protests against coal mining and after the bushfires, it’s more real for the people that this has got to stop.
  • #31GreenDays: Australia is an outdoorsy country. There are lovely trails and coastal walks and nature lovers thrive in these environments.

    It’s the love for nature that has caused Australians to speak up. The government has been facing flak because it has been slow to take action against climate change. There are protests against coal mining and after the bushfires, it’s more real for the people that this has got to stop.

  •  17  1  5 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  12  0  5 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  13  0  5 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  9  0  5 hours ago
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!
 
Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.
 
Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!
 
Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!
 
The problem:
 
Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?
 
Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.
 
The solution:
 
🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey
 
Accounts to follow:
 
@wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

#ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel
  • Let’s Talk About… Travel!

    Welcome to day 12 of the #GreenBookFairies! As well as reducing our plastic pollution, we are looking at other ways to be more green.

    Many of you will have noticed that nature has thrived over the last few months - less pollution means greener trees, more birds, more fish in the water. It is remarkable to see the negative effect we are having by choosing to take cars and planes. Today we are going to look at how we can switch to other modes of transport!

    Also! The current restrictions have forced many to do more exploring in the countries they live in, which is a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden gems on your doorstep without travelling thousands of miles!

    The problem:

    Air pollution kills an estimated seven million people worldwide every year. WHO data shows that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. If it’s doing this to humans, can you imagine how it affects other creatures and plants?

    Single-use plastic is rife when it comes to travel as food and drink is centred on ‘convenience’.

    The solution:

    🥾 On yer bike! Cycling is a green and healthy alternative to driving, where it’s safe to do so. You can have a big basket or rack at the back, and less problems finding a parking spot! In some cities, you can join a hire scheme - worth asking your employer
    🥾 Public transport - with buses/trains already going to where you want to be, why not jump on? You can get trains for very long distances for bigger trips, and it can be fun to plan your journeys around them!
    🥾 If it’s a larger trip, see what options there are for trains, buses, coaches or ferries - while these often take longer than a flight (and can be more expensive) make the journey part of the adventure AND save yourself hours at an airport! Sometimes there are sleeper trains, which are a treat :)
    🥾 Refuse single-use plastic: don’t have plane or train food - instead take your own; offer up your mug or bottle and cutlery before accepting disposables on your journey

    Accounts to follow:

    @wwfgenerationearth in Austria & @sustainability.stories in Sri Lanka are sharing great tips ♻️

    #ibelieveinbookfairies #ecotravel #greentravel

  •  16  0  5 hours ago

Top #greentravel Posts

  • Happy Earth Day fellow earthlings!🌏😊
.
Let's all take a moment to appreciate our precious home and commit to traveling more responsibly, consciously and sustainably once all of this is over. 🌿

Do it for Mama Earth!💚👊
.
#earthday2020 #earthday50 #earthday #protectourplanet #ecotravel #zerowastetravel #concioustravel #responsibletourism #waronplastic #greentravel #loveyourplanet #responsibletravel #slowtravel #sustainabletravel #thedreamytravels #girlstoptravel #girlsmeetglobe #travelandleisure #thewanderingtourist #journeysofgirls #traveldames #wowtravels #shewhowanders #momenttravel #letswander #wheregalswander #girlaroundworld #switzerland_vacations #switzerland_destinations #swissalps
  • Happy Earth Day fellow earthlings!🌏😊
    .
    Let's all take a moment to appreciate our precious home and commit to traveling more responsibly, consciously and sustainably once all of this is over. 🌿

    Do it for Mama Earth!💚👊
    .
    #earthday2020 #earthday50 #earthday #protectourplanet #ecotravel #zerowastetravel #concioustravel #responsibletourism #waronplastic #greentravel #loveyourplanet #responsibletravel #slowtravel #sustainabletravel #thedreamytravels #girlstoptravel #girlsmeetglobe #travelandleisure #thewanderingtourist #journeysofgirls #traveldames #wowtravels #shewhowanders #momenttravel #letswander #wheregalswander #girlaroundworld #switzerland_vacations #switzerland_destinations #swissalps

  •  147  29  22 April, 2020
  • There’s just something about being immersed in the woods surrounded by the green tint from the sun beaming through the trees 🌳🌿🌱🍃 .

Being restricted from travelling abroad has really allowed me to appreciate what we have so close to home, who else has found a local spot they love? 💚
  • There’s just something about being immersed in the woods surrounded by the green tint from the sun beaming through the trees 🌳🌿🌱🍃 .

    Being restricted from travelling abroad has really allowed me to appreciate what we have so close to home, who else has found a local spot they love? 💚

  •  283  38  21 May, 2020
  • 🌲NUUKSIO NATIONAL PARK🌲⁣
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We took a quick camping trip to Nuuksio National Park, which is about an hour outside of Helsinki, and accessible by public transportation!! We took a train to a bus and ended up in the woods. How freaking amazing is that!? 🙌 🙌 🙌⁣
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#PPLifeOnEarth [Finland, August 2019]
  • 🌲NUUKSIO NATIONAL PARK🌲⁣

    We took a quick camping trip to Nuuksio National Park, which is about an hour outside of Helsinki, and accessible by public transportation!! We took a train to a bus and ended up in the woods. How freaking amazing is that!? 🙌 🙌 🙌⁣

    #PPLifeOnEarth [Finland, August 2019]

  •  121  11  24 April, 2020