By supporting local producers, Nobis Hotel Copenhagen is able to offer top-quality, seasonal ingredients and minimize its footprint.
A collaboration between Wichit Na-Ranong, the so-called “father of tourism” on Phuket, and his daughter, Prakaikaew Na-Ranong, The Slate is deeply rooted in the Thai island.
Eremito, a modern-day monastery made for contemplation in the Umbrian hills, is conscious at its core.
Through carefully restoring historical buildings and responsibly building new additions, the family-owned Kruisherenhotel Maastricht has worked to make a positive impact on its surroundings from the start.
From safaris to conservation experiences, engaging with wildlife—especially the captive kind—carries a responsibility to ensure our presence is positive for the animals and their environment.
We spoke with leading designers, architects, and innovators about some of the most inspiring biomaterials that we can already use to build and create today.
On the border of Umbria and Tuscany, the eight-room Rastrello embodies the rich history and organic sensibilities of the Italian countryside.
At Runo Hotel Porvoo, set in an idyllic coastal town an hour outside of Helsinki, sustainability is about preserving history and heritage.
Set in Healdsburg, California Harmon Guest House prides itself on being a steward of its surrounding land and community.
Memmo Baleeira proudly showcases its commitment to using natural resources efficiently, reducing energy and water usage, educating its community, and undergoing an external audit each year.
Just outside of Nairobi’s sprawling Karura Forest, Tribe Hotel sees us all as part of one tribe—humankind—and aims to foster both inclusivity and respect for our natural surroundings.
In the heart of Milan’s historic center, fashion designer Vincenzo de Cotiis transformed a 19th-century palazzo into a destination that is both style- and eco-conscious.
Set inside Kenting National Park, a stretch of protected forestland, Gloria Manor is both a beacon of modernist design and an homage to its natural surroundings.
Hotel Pacai has breathed new life into a 15th-century mansion in the heart of Vilnius, Lithuania—with social and environmental sustainability in mind.