First power plant with “negative CO2 emissions” introduced in Iceland

Few days ago, Iceland introduced the world´s first power plant, that eliminates more CO2, than it produces. After successful project in Switzerland, where Climeworks introduced world´s first commercial Direct Air Capture (DAC), another “world’s first” was introduced in Iceland. Together with their partner Reykjavik Energy, swiss company Climeworks introduced CarbFix2 project. The project is considered […]

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Amazing (eco friendly) tree houses in Piedmont (Italy)

Spending a night in a tree house is a unique experience in contact with Nature. Never thought to surprise your partner with a romantic weekend, or let your children dream to live among the trees like tarzan? Tree houses are becoming more and more trendy. Perhaps to recover the instinctive relationship with nature that sometimes seems […]

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Alpine Day of Sustainable Mobility (and Tourism)

Join a conference in Werfenweng, Austria! October 18th– 19th is the time to discuss innovative and sustainable mobility in tourist regions. Are you interested in sustainability, tourism and innovations? The conference “Alpine Day of Tourism and Mobility” is waiting for all stakeholders and tourism lovers. The mobility behaviour of tourists is changing. There are many […]

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The most beautiful farmhouses for yoga retreat in Italy

Over the last few years, farmhouses have expanded their tourist offer: keeping all their rustic charm and preserving the beauty of nature now offer small wellness areas, cooking lessons and even yoga classes and spaces dedicated to. And for yoga enthusiasts, we’ve been collecting the most beautiful sustainable farmhouses in Italy to enjoy a holiday […]

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Sleeping in an eco-friendly treehouse, watching the stars. Yes you can. Between the Julian Alps, in Italy.

At Ugovizza, among the unspoiled woods of the Julian Alps (Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy), you can sleep at 10 meters high, looking at the stars, in a spectacular and eco-friendly treehouse. Who has never dreamed of sleeping in a real treehouse? To wake up among the branches of a large oak tree or surrounded by […]

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Autumn photo-tour: hunting for shots in the Vanoise National Park

Discover Val Cenis and the magnificent landscapes of the Vanoise National Park, the largest in France. Take a walk, follow trails and streams and be ready for interesting meetings and magnificent shots: an original place for your photographic tour! Landscapes to be framed The Vanoise National Park offers an intact ecosystem with extraordinary landscapes to be photographed! The territory […]

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Nature, spa and organic food: a sustainable holiday in Trentino

For those who want to spend a sustainable holiday surrounded by nature, between a walk in the woods and an afternoon at the spa, Trentino becomes a paradise. Let’s discover together a corner of this region! We have often talked about Trentino: a region where nature is still uncontaminated, where the mountains leave you breathless and the […]

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Farmhouses among the olive trees that are worth a trip in Italy

An idea for a different and green holiday? Go to buy organic, good and genuine oil, on the territory where it is born and taste it when it just made with the products of the territory. It is possible to do so in several organic farms in Italy that offer eco-friendly stays, in country houses of great […]

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The descent of cows from the mountains in Aosta Valley

After spending the summer season in the alpine pastures at high altitude, between the end of September and early October Aosta Valley breeders usually return the herd to the valley floor. It is an old tradition, which has always remained the same for centuries, and is always a special moment: the descent of the cows, désarpa […]

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Plastic-eating fungus: Newly discovered species of “ecological” fungus in Pakistan

Our actual plastic age lifestyle is unsustainable. Therefore, scientists all around the world are looking not only for plastic alternatives, but also for ways, how to solve the actual problem of plastic waste. On a landfill site in Pakistan, scientists discovered, that fungus called Aspergillus tubingensis can feeds on plastic. A group of researchers from […]

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