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Author: Jaclyn Yost

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A self-proclaimed "Eco-Nomad", Jaclyn Yost has lived in various parts of the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and has journeyed to 41 countries (so far)! She is passionate about spreading awareness on sustainable tourism and how to be a more responsible tourist. When she is not working or traveling, you can usually find her in a yoga studio or whipping up a tasty meal in the kitchen.

Taking #LittleGreenSteps in our everyday lives may come naturally, but sometimes sustainability seems to take a backseat while we’re traveling or on vacation. Here is a rundown of a few off-the-beaten-track eco-experiences that may have slipped past you.     By choosing one

2020 is just around the corner, and many of us are beginning to think of our New Year's resolutions. One of the most common choices always seems to be to travel more and see the world. This year, recognising the

Our resident tourism greenwashing expert, Jaclyn Yost, spills on how to make sustainable travel choices that make a difference. Here she shares her top tips to help you spot the difference between genuine and misleading eco-claims. Have a read before

When planning a vacation, we're all about trying to travel consciously. Be that staying at an eco-friendly resort, attempting to offset our carbon footprint or adopting a zero-waste approach. But sometimes, it's easy to be fooled into thinking we're doing good

2019 was the summer of Europe. Everybody and their dog visited sun-drenched Spain and sailed the azure-blue seas that surround Greece. Instagram was brimming with FOMO-inducing snapshots that left everybody else at home already planning next summer's euro trip. What

We've reported on eco-anxiety several times because we feel that talking about it is the best way to not just raise awareness on it but also to help people who are suffering from it so they know they aren't alone.

In the age of wanderlust, flygskam (the Swedish word for flight shame) is a movement that can be considered a threat to your #travelinspo ‘grams. It means to shun flights and also shame those who take them.   This new trend taking off around

Millions of people around the world rely on coral reefs, and they are dying. While increasing temperatures is one of the leading causes, your sunscreen isn't far behind.   Coral reef tourism has been dubbed the “poster child” of nature-based tourism and

It's no secret that jet-setting around the world via airplane is not the most environmentally-friendly thing to do. Here are 7 ways you can offset your carbon footprint.    Yet, it seems that even the most conscious travelers are guilty of disregarding

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