I don't know about you but Earth Day has left me all inspired and green, and it feels like the right time to talk about eco-friendly travel. Can you enjoy a weekend in a new and exciting city and stay green? The answer is yes, especially if you choose from one of the five greenest cities in the world.
If I'm ever asked about my religion, I usually say I'm an atheist. If pushed, I might qualify that by saying I'm a Buddhist atheist, or maybe even an atheist Buddhist. Not that I believe in reincarnation, or like the idea of prostrating myself in front of shrines, or want to change my name to some unpronounceable Sanskrit word and wear floaty gowns.
Many companies around the world have made huge strides to make sure that their operations are kinder to the planet. We're not just talking the usual, "Please think before printing this email" message - we're talking some of the world's biggest companies and brands' going that extra mile to ensure that everything they do is considerate of the environment.
Having been married and had a family, then been single, then been married and had a family again, I can say conclusively it's easier to be green when you're single. In fact, I'm pretty sure there must be a rule somewhere which states that your ability to be green is inversely proportional to the number of people in your household.
Floating eerily through the hazy depths of the ocean, this creature looks like it came straight out of science fiction movie The Abyss. The sight ...