Environment: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Overtourism and the problems it creates may make you feel like giving up your passport. But responsible travel experts say there's a better way.
In Southeast Asia, volunteers are working to rebuild coral reefs one beer at a time.
Each year, millions of travellers come to this small Indonesian island for its pristine beaches and reefs, and leave behind a mountain of rubbish.
From the classroom to the mangrove forest, Emma's year in Thailand is taking an interesting turn.
Each year in Tanzania, an area of natural forest nearly the size of Rhode Island is cleared. Local communities and international volunteers are working together to change that.
Elephants, freed from the cruelty of Thailand's logging industry, now face an equally grim prospect: Tourism.
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