Because Christmas Markets aim to bring Christmas magic to live, we drew a list of the most sustainable Christmas markets in Europe to make sure the magic doesn’t rhyme with environmental disaster.
Christmas can be a stressful moment. We feel like we all need a holiday after that. The GreenPick has thought it could be a great way to relax by giving you a list of great green destinations where you could go for a deserved break!
The world being turned towards Paris these days (# COP21), I thought it could be interesting to look at tourism figures per country as they should all try to find localized solutions for a greener development.
Yesterday, 785.000 of us marched for the climate worldwide. The largest climate mobilization in history. It was about time…. And I regret that no more people joined, because at the end of the day, this climate change will impact all of us, and not just globally, also individually.
The question seems simple enough. And yet! Upon doing groceries last time I realized that my basket was filled with bio products or with products labeled animal welfare approved, because yes this exists in The Netherlands.
How many of us would be willing to sacrifice comfort or luxury in order to be a green traveler? Personally I do enjoy luxury from time to time, say frequently (yes yes, I am a true princess to paraphrase Denis).
I am currently in the middle of a full-on dieting process. Yes, I am preparing myself for the Christmas celebrations (that will undoubtedly make me gain a few little kilos due to the excesses related to these festivities!) therefore no more fats or sugars for a while.