Carbon offsets for travel | Tuesday Tip

Travel offsets are voluntary programs that allow travelers to compensate for the amount of carbon dioxide their flight puts out with a reduction of the same amount through environmental action.

Save the bees! | Tuesday Tip

Whether you plant a bee garden or make a bee bath, we all need to work together to help them thrive for generations to come!

Be at home in a hotel | Tuesday Tip

You can put up that Do Not Disturb sign all you want because your hotel stay can be just like hanging around the house!

Regenerative Travel

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!

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 52 - Biofriendly Meets @ThatNorwegianNomad

Biofriendly Meets @ThatNorwegianNomad

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!

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 35 - Green Trains

Green Trains

When it comes to the least amount of emissions in modes of transportation, trains almost always come out on top. This week Noel and Jacob look to a green future world where hyper-speed trains can take us across the country without lighting a single couch on fire.

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 18 - Eco-Travel

Eco-Travel

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.

Sunday Edition – Weekly Greens

Image by Jaine There were so many interesting green and environmental articles this week, I wasn’t exactly sure where to start. Unfortunately when it came time to write my Weekly Greens blog post, I had already forgotten where I had seen some of them. However, there is no shortage of information and these articles in […]