Individual eco-awareness is growing: reusing, thrifting, going zero-waste…but how can “the big players” contribute to sustainability trends? Here are five actionable strategies governments and businesses can implement to increase their environmental efficiency. Combined Public-Private Efforts Collaboration between the public and private sectors can directly lead to greater sustainability. Government agencies can incentivize private businesses and […]
As world travel begins to make its triumphant return, the tourism industry is poised and ready to make some positive changes with an initiative called ‘Regenerative Travel.’ This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we explore this new sustainable travel movement that aims to make our post-pandemic travel more eco-friendly, less crowded, and quite possibly allow Noel and Jacob to make the best/worst bathing suit choices for the beach!
This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we welcome our special guest, Christoffer, also known as @thatnorwegiannomad on Instagram! As a world traveler, Christoffer shares his personal insights on the impacts of aviation, sustainable travel solutions and the unwritten rules of passenger behavior on a flight!
As we continue to fight the good fight to save our planet, Noel and Jacob stop for a minute to evaluate some environmental challenges from bee colony collapse disorder to jellyfish blackouts that might be caused by something other than climate change.
With the recent launch of United’s most eco-friendly commercial flight, Noel and Jacob talk about Biofriendly ways to travel the world and that if you ever see something on the wing of a plane that looks like a monstrous creature, it’s probably just a Nobel Prize winning scientist from the future trying to help out.
Whenever the term ‘eco-tourism’ or ‘green travel’ is mentioned many people get a picture in their minds of people camping in the middle of dense rain forests of the Amazon, or rafting down the cascades of Himalayan Rivers sacrificing every possible comfort to minimize their impact on the environment. However, you really don’t have […]