Go green this weekend with the latest edition of the Green Travel Carnival

Caitlin from Ecosalon writes about Exploring Wild and Wonderful Cornwall, finding that it’s a great place for a stylish eco-friendly holiday, complete with luxurious eco-cottages, world class sustainable restaurants, and interesting places to explore, such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan and bio-domes at the Eden Project

Graham from Graham’s Travel Blog suggests carrying your own reusable utensils while traveling. Practicing what he preaches, he never leaves home without his Sporks and Chopsticks.

Everyone’s wondering where Pres-elect Obama’s green policies will lead. Steve Faber from super gas saver looks into How Will President Barack Obama Change What You Drive?, addressing some of the issues on Obama’s agenda.

nichole halsey from Bad Human! Don’t take chemicals from strangers! reviews Google Maps 4 Blackberry, providing “Tips and tricks for maximizing the not so green products we all have to minimize our impact on the environment.”

Khan from Hiking Trails and Camping Grounds offers some common sense eco-friendly tips in No Trace Camping Hiking Trail..

Christopher Cook from -noambit -Travel Europe suggests we can save some trees by leaving the guidebooks on the store shelf and try Audio Tours instead. It will not only save you money but also make your greener.

SueL from AtlasSue discusses what’s green on the new ship Celebrity Solstice.

Ben Dinsmore from Trees Full of Money introduces us to how a Maine Man Builds 105MPG Car. Innovative and fun, this micro car is called Moonbeam and sure looks cute, saves on gas, and could easily get your where you want to go.

And that’s it for this edition of the Green Travel Carnival.

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Liz Lewis is a New Zealand based writer who favors wine tasting and food markets over bungy jumping and mountain climbing.