Travel site Hotwire.com has teamed up with TerraPass and will start selling carbon offsets to its customers, offering them 50% off what TerraPass usually charges (Hotwire will cover the other half of the cost).
It’s a greener Disneyland these days with both Railroad steam trains and Mark Twain riverboat powered by recycled cooking oil. Meanwhile, it’s guest trams are fuelled by compressed natural gas.
If you can read german, you can find out about green partying and dining in berlin with these two guys who check out all the green cafes and restaurants in the city and write comments on the places they visit.
New York City has plans to turn the 172 acre Governor’s Island into a eco tourist island
Minnesota has launched a new Travel Green Minnesota website aimed at helping tourism businesses and communities implement green practices.
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