Do you want to get away from it all? And support a sustainable business at the same time? That’s what we did when we stayed when at Nire Valley Eco Cabins for two nights this year. If you want to know what to expect at this gem of a place, and read other reviews, thenContinue reading “Review – Nire Valley Eco Camp”
Travel is a tricky issue for the sustainably-minded. Really no form of travel is as sustainable as staying put, but where’s the fun in that? Plus travelling can help us understand other ways of life and points of view, hopefully preventing wars and prejudice. So this article isn’t intended to encourage you to travel more,Continue reading “Sustainable Accommodation, Europe 2021”
In light of the easing of Covid-19 restrictions I thought an article on eco holiday day-trips was timely. I’ve previously written about having a Sustainable Day out in Dublin city, but now I’m going further afield to looking at eco tourism attractions around the rest of the county and country.
In this article I’ve decided to take a tour of the sustainable happenings in my home town of Dublin. I’ve lived in this county, albeit different spots, since birth. I love it’s historical architecture and general friendliness but I hate the lack of civic pride a lot of Dubliners and our governments interest in makingContinue reading “Sustainable Day Out in Dublin”
Travel can be devastating for our planet and our future, particularly when it involves air travel. So how do we indulge in this life enhancing activity while minimising the environmental impact of our trip. This article outlines all of the steps you can take to make your trip more sustainable, from carbon offsetting to avoidingContinue reading “Sustainable (ish) Ethical Travelling in 2021”