10 DIY projects with old pallets for your garden, balcony and exteriors

Summer is now drawing near and it’s time to dust off that old pallets pile! Here you’ll find 10 creative tips to indulge in the art of recycling. A simple way to create the most different objects and make your garden, balcony and vegetable garden even more unique (and eco-friendly). Pallets are a basic element […]

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Venice, a mural to talk about Climate Change

It is just one of the many consequences of climate change but it is definitely one of the most dangerous. We are talking about the sea level rise, something which is directly connected with global warming and which is seriously putting at risk some of the most vulnerable places in the world, like Venice. Indeed, […]

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10 DIY ideas to transform your garden into a work of art

Spring is coming, flowers are blooming and with them many new ideas to have fun in your garden. If you, like many others, have a garage with a full set of old furniture, tires, containers and plastic boxes, it is now time to pick an intelligent (and green!) way to turn them into wonderful and […]

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From Marina di Camerota, through the wonders of Cilento

One of the most beautiful and wild areas of Campania, Cilento, in the province of Salerno. Here, the sea, the coast and an incredibly unspoiled nature get together to create a breath-taking natural masterpiece. It’s not only a pleasure for the eyes, though. In fact, Cilento also offers a fully “green” experience: let’s find out […]

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A zero-emission travel by train: you can now do it in Australia

Even though it only runs a short distance, the first (functioning!) solar train in Australia is already the start of a revolution. With a supply of 100 seats, it carries tourists to the amazing seaside location of Byron Bay, in New South Wales, Australia. The train costed approximately 4 million dollars and it moves thanks […]

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The magic of a blue forest in Belgium

In the heart of Belgium there’s the Halle Forest, also known as Blue Forest – a magical destination for this spring Just over 30 minutes from Brussels, in the center of Belgium, there is an extensive forest of giant sequoia, it is the Halle Forest, a wonderful place that in spring becomes even more magical. They also call […]

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Amazon: the larger ever Reforestation project

The world’s largest ever tropical reforestation effort is Planting 73 Million Trees in the Brasilian Amazon. After years of devastation, finally good news for our planet’s green lung. Brazil gives green a chance. The larger ever project of reforestation, promoted by the US ONG Conservation International, will introduce 73 million of new trees in an […]

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Air pollution: detergents and soaps pollute as much as cars

When talking about air pollution, the first image that pops into our mind is the one of a traffic jam, with a million cars stuck among one another, surrounded by a threatening black cloud…and who knows, perhaps even some honking sounds in the background. We often forget that the factors we must take into consideration […]

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3 years of Ecobnb: our 2017 in numbers

Ecobnb is three years old! Yes, it has already been 36 months, 1096 days full of projects, workshops, emotions and new challenges, victories and defeats. In these last three years, the community of sustainable tourism has grown a lot, thanks to the faith in our hosts, the enthusiasm of our eco-travelers, the energy and passion […]

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Napkins for the holidays: make your table look original

One of the most important and beautiful moments during Christmas Holidays is when everyone gathers around a table to eat delicious food together and spend some quality time with their family. To make it a special moment, one has to create the right festive and cosy atmosphere, where every detail matters. Therefore, even napkins on your […]

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