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How should you interact, if at all, with animals on your travels? Jennifer Pulling from Animals Worldwide shares the pros and cons of visiting captive wildlife.
A cup of civet coffee on your travels may seem harmless, but for the animals involved it can mean a lifetime of misery.
Eat up on your travels to support restaurants eliminating every bit of waste they can.
Eating locally produced food on your travels may seem like small potatoes, but the benefits are far-reaching.
We all like bringing home treasures from our travels, but follow this guide to ethical and sustainable shopping before you buy.
Everyone loves a bargain, but consider the ethics behind tipping and haggling if you want to be a responsible traveler.
Beware these little-known social faux pas as you negotiate unfamiliar customs traveling in Japan and around the world – they could leave you red faced.
A handful of national parks get all the attention but these incredible alternatives provide a quieter experience outdoors.
Taking and sharing photos on your travels may make your trip more fun, but it’s important to follow these simple rules.
Getting around on foot, by bike, and other low-emission modes of transport can open your eyes to a destination in rewarding ways.
Penny Watson, author of new book 'Slow Travel: Reconnecting With the World at Your Own Pace', gives us the lowdown on laidback travel.
These simple suitcase additions will help you maintain your eco-friendly habits on the road.