Meaning a passionate love of all living things, the movement is about integrally embracing plants, flowing water, biodiversity, natural materials, and plenty of sunlight into everyday spaces.
On the untamed eastern shores of Mauritius, SALT of Palmar has a people-first approach to its sustainability values.
While on holiday in Mexico City, juggling the loss of a job, a relationship, and a home, queer writer Claire Mouchemore surrenders to the feeling of instability.
At Vila Foz Hotel & Spa, a traditional Portuguese manor house overlooking the Atlantic outside of Porto, sustainable tourism and environmental balance are at the heart of the hotel’s goals.
More than just a buzzword, the eco credentials of these destinations will have you hitting the slopes with a clean conscience.
We spoke with Reinhard Wessling on shifting away from throw-away culture, democratic design, and how partying in Berlin can forever alter your life's path.
After four weeks of respite and hard work on a South African permaculture farm, German-Canadian writer Christian Näthler shares his lessons on permaculture, climate anxiety, and whether we need another Anthropause for nature to heal.
The awe-inspiring mountain surroundings of Bad Gastein are providing the cōmodo with more than just scenic views: among other sustainable and self-sufficient practices, the hotel gets its drinking water direct from the Austrian springs.
Through its connection to place, community, and creativity, Parīlio is working to make a positive impact on its pristine surroundings on the island of Paros.
The Bank Hotel Istanbul has preservation and conservation at the heart of its sustainability model. And with a certification issued by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, the hotel is bolstered in its conscious journey.
“It’s not only about food systems and the drinks on offer, it is about education around food and farming practices, and reconnecting with where the food comes from.”
A poem and accompanying essay by Demi Anter on letting go of a romantic relationship and finding contentment in the small things.
Set on a historical cocoa farm at the edge of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Rabot Hotel From Hotel Chocolat is dedicated to ethical operations.
“The hotel attracts both locals and visitors. People share stories and give each other ideas. It was a link that was missing here.” - The Original Veronica Reed