We all know that going green is vital for the wellbeing of future generations, but how do we go about making our cities green?
We humans are very wasteful. Worse still, we don’t like to think about waste.
Most people love to travel, but travelling is not always eco-friendly.
Like many islands in the tropical waters off the coast of Thailand, Koh Mak is a small slice of paradise.
The small town of Nan had been awarded the honour of being chosen as ASEAN’s No. 1 Clean Tourist City.
When you go on holiday, do you like to relax by the hotel pool and chat with other tourists?
‘Green tourism’, also known as ‘ecotourism’, is a popular buzzword these days, but what exactly does it mean?
Thailand is blessed with a fantastic variety of landscapes, ranging from misty mountains in the north and spectacular beaches in the south.