Liz Durnan is a freelance writer with an interest in sustainability, travel, food and books. Originally from Liverpool, UK, she has lived in cities all over the world, including London, New York and Sydney. She’s now based in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, where she has built a straw-bale, solar-passive home. She loves overnight bushwalks and camping, with occasional visits further afield. Favourite destinations are Vietnam, Morocco and Spain, mainly for the food.
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With daily images of our favorite travel destinations ravaged by extreme weather, what lies ahead for travel, and what can we do to help?
Carbon offsetting schemes have been around for a while, but can recent improvements make them a more valuable contribution to sustainable travel?
Getting around on foot, by bike, and other low-emission modes of transport can open your eyes to a destination in rewarding ways.