Bai Tu Long Bay Vlog

Last month I had the pleasure of going on my first cruise and it was in one of the most beautiful places in the world, Halong Bay. We choose Indochina Junk and their Dragon Legend ship because of their commitment to sustainable tourism and … Read more

Day Trip to the Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta, Đồng bằng Sông Cửu Long, “Nine Dragon river delta”, is the South-Western region of the Mekong river that flows across Vietnam and empties into the Pacific Ocean. Along the 40,500 square kilometers of coffee colored waters you’ll find many orchids, markets, … Read more

Epic Eco Adventures in Chile

Chile is home to a diverse range of ecosystems including some of the driest and coldest places on Earth. Torres del Paine National Park should be on every world traveling hiker’s bucket list. Named after its dominant feature – three 2000m granite towers – … Read more

Plastic Free July

During the month of July, people from around the world participate in a group effort to use little to no plastic for the entire month. Participating in the effort can reduce up to 100 pounds of plastic per person depending on the circumstances and … Read more

Leuser Ecosystem is in Danger

The Leuser ecosystem is a vast tropical forest on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Spanning more than 6.5 million acres of lowland jungle, montane rainforests and teeming, carbon-rich peat swamps, Leuser’s forests are among the most ancient on Earth. This is a area where … Read more

A Chicago Celebration of Science

Guest post written by Elise Echeverria Supporters of science made their way to Columbus Drive to join the thousands of people participating in Saturday’s March for Science in downtown Chicago. The event, which drew an estimated 40,000 people coincided with this year’s Earth Day, … Read more