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More Than Just Skiing: your slow holiday on the snow in Trentino
You want to experience all the wonders of the mountain but you don’t like skiing or maybe you want to try new and different experiences. The More Than Just Skiing program is designed just for you and for anyone who wants to try new things and emotions among the mountain tops! Started a few days […]Continue reading
The Great Desmontegar festival is back: let’s celebrate transhumance in Primiero!
The Great Desmontegar Festival is back for the twenty-second edition. It’s time to celebrate the return of the cattle to the valley after the summer pasture. It is a tradition and this year, after two editions affected by the pandemic, it returns to its former glory, involving inhabitants and visitors from all over the Primiero […]Continue reading
5 Key Tips for Organising a Successful Ecotourism Event
The booming ecotourism industry has led to many different events meant to be interactive and educational for the attendees. These events give your audience or attendees a chance to explore the natural environment. Depending on your resources and focus, the event can be as small as visiting a local zoo or as big as having […]Continue reading
Top 5 Tips to Organise Green Events
What are green events? Is there a way to actually make any event a little greener? Keep reading if you want to find out the top 5 tips to organise a sustainable event and make it an actual vehicle for spreading sustainability. What are green events? Green events are those events whose organisation follows one […]Continue reading
#FridaysForFuture: join the Global Climate Strike!
On Friday, September 27th Ecobnb takes part in #FridaysForFuture, the global climate mobilization. And you? With Ecobnb we join #FridaysForFuture, the third global climate march, held worldwide on Friday 27 September 2019. During the morning of September 27, the offices of Ecobnb will be closed. We participate in the climate strike to draw attention to the global crisis and the urgency of […]Continue reading
Ecobnb turns 4 years: our 2018 in numbers
Ecobnb turns four! 2018 has been rich of new challenges and achievements, new projects and meetings, great results and ideas to develop. Ecobnb has grown thanks to the eco-hosts investing in sustainability. But also thanks to the tons of responsible travellers and to the enthusiasm of many partners and fellows. Let’s celebrate 4 years of […]Continue reading
From Grumes a virtuous example of green and rural tourism
There is in Grumes, a small village of 450 inhabitants of Trentino, a community that has decided to take the road of ecology and sustainability. They chose to invest on clean energy and on slow tourism slow, integrated with nature and agriculture. They chose a new type of economy, in favor of sustainability and energy […]Continue reading
Dematerialization: let’s do more with less!
Did you know that the product consumption (including production, transport and distribution), represents about 50% of CO2 emissions contributing to climate change? This is nothing new: the average of waste generated each year by each inhabitant of Europe is 525 kilograms, and need to be reduced drastically. Our lifestyle based on consumption should evolve in the culture of reuse, […]Continue reading
IT.A.CA’, Festival of Responsible Tourism in Italy
“Know that when you commence your Itaca expedition, the journey will be long, rich in adventure and experience” (Kostantin Kavafis) Unlike your typical festival with stand and pavillions, IT.A.CA Festival of Responsible Tourism in Italy involves 2 weeks of events, itineraries and conferences, related with responsible and sustainable tourism. Biking, trekking with donkeys, hiking, slow […]Continue reading
Springtime, Supermoon and Solar eclipse: a good start!
The 20th of March is the Spring equinox: swallows will return, a mysterious sensation of excitement will fill every living creature and, as the legend goes, the demon Rahu will once again eat the Sun which will fall back out from his mouth just a few hours later. And the arrival of the Spring coincides […]Continue reading