Ever been travelling? No? It’s great, but there are factors that can make this incredible experience affect the environment for the worse. Think about the energy and fuel it takes to transport you to these places, and the tour trips on coaches, etc. So what can we do to help reduce these factors? Well, how about you follow these six simple steps we have on saving energy and reducing waste in your quest to become the best green traveller you can be?
A groundbreaking project has just begun in China, where the first ever pollution fighting city is being built. This city is a revolutionary step that has been commissioned by Liuzhou Municipality Urban planning for the north of Liuzhou along the Liujiang River. With the hopes of a better future, this forest city could be the start of a worldwide design project if successful that could change the way we live.
Following on from our recent blog “How to Live in a Yurt”, we’ve decided to expand upon the topic, offering solutions and tips on how to live in a yurt with a family. The initial decision of choosing to live in a yurt as opposed to a traditional house can be quite daunting, particularly when you have children to think about, as well as yourselves. However, it can certainly be done, and the imaginative nature of these abodes paired with the wonderful way of life will cement you in your decision. If anything, you’ll be left wondering why you didn’t do it sooner!
The world we live in is changing, with more people than ever showing concern for the state of our environment and turning to more eco-friendly choices in their lives. As the trend for environmentally conscious living spreads like wildfire, one of the most recent trends to spark interest is that of tiny homes.
Whether you are considering living in a yurt for eco-reasons, to cut down costs or simply to try something new, our ‘how to live in a yurt’ blog will unveil all of the wonderful aspects that this lifestyle entails. It doesn’t matter whether this is simply going to be your summer retreat or your full-time home, you’ll certainly find it an interesting read. Our 10-step guide will help you to make an informed decision on whether living in a yurt is for you. If you decide that it is for you, our guide can help you to make the right preparations for your new lifestyle so that you get the full level of enjoyment from your new, unique home!
We’re delighted to be joining in on this day of celebration for all we have to be thankful for on this planet with Earth Day. As it is Earth Day, we have decided to share with you some top tips to be kind to the Earth whilst you are on holiday, some of these ideas are very easy to implement and with little to no thought you’ll make your holidays greener!
Earth Day is coming up on the 22nd April and to get you all ready for it we’ve created a little quiz to help you find out how eco-conscious you are! You might find the quiz offers a little inspiration on how you could be more eco-friendly in the future, from switching the lights off when you leave the room to thinking more about your shopping and holiday habits. Who knows, maybe it will change your perspective!
What is hygge?
Hygge, pronounced ‘hoo-ga’, is the Danish term for ‘well-being’. This new trend that has swept across the UK and beyond, is the concept of going back to basics and living a comfortable and sustainable existence in order to promote healthy well-being.
People unfamiliar or just generally curious about the humble yurt and its wealth of history and potential need search no longer as we can cure that curiosity right now with a information-packed article on yurts for you!
It’s that time of year again folks, the time to make significant changes to aspects of your life you’re not completely happy with for a healthier and happier self. That’s if you stick to them at least. One popular New Year’s resolution for 2017 is to be more eco-friendly in the upcoming year. A great way to kick start this goal is by swapping the yearly Benidorm trip for a stay in our beautiful eco cabins. Here are our top 8 green resolutions for you and your family to try out in 2017: