Seven Clothing Lines That Give Back

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By Seanna Pratt Fashion is one of the largest industries worldwide; it is deeply rooted in culture everywhere and something we encounter on the daily. However, we are increasingly learning about the negative impacts the fashion industry has on fair working conditions and ecological systems. Despite the negatives, there is a light we all can […]

Watch This Awesome Animation Video on Vertical Farming

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In this brilliant video on vertical farming, Columbia professor Dickson Despommier imagines filling New York’s skyscrapers with greenhouses brimming with healthful produce. With 8 million people to feed and a growing threat of food security due to climate change, we think he’s on to something.

13 B&Bs on the Vineyard

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Love wine? Why not try something a bit more intimate on your next visit to a vineyard and stay among rows of grape vines in a quiet, picturesque setting?  These 13 bed and breakfasts are located in the world’s top wine hotspots. Click each image for more information. Feature vineyard photo via shutterstock

10 of the Most Remote Places on Earth to Visit

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As travelers, we’re always fascinated when we meet other travelers who only seek to explore the most remote places on Earth. Some people believe that the more arduous the journey the more beautiful, enchanting and pristine the destination will be. What is your experience? Check out the list below and let us know what other […]

Who Am I? The Self-Exploration of a Third Culture Kid

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By Ana Prundaru I’m a third culture kid. My home is floating somewhere along the airport buzz, between flavorless in-flight meals and random conversations with strangers. I receive my daily vitamins from an airport Starbucks and my entire belongings fit into a Samsonite Hyperspace 17 upright. I boarded my first International flight to China at the […]