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environmentally-friendly tourism

'Tourists are rethinking their relationship with Earth'

An increasing number of holidaymakers are picking more environmentally-friendly trips.
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Regenerative travel is the next phase of responsible tourism

It’s like sustainable tourism 2.0—with a focus on leaving destinations better than we found them.

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In Sonoma County, ‘regenerative agriculture' is the next big thing

In Sonoma County, ‘regenerative agriculture' is the next big thing

Carbon sequestration, pollinator habitat restoration and simple composting: An increasing number of the region's winegrowers are going beyond sustainability.

A French city dropped meat from kids' lunches. The nation erupted
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A French city dropped meat from kids' lunches. The nation erupted

The Green party mayor of Lyon, a gastronomic capital, introduced no-meat menus in schools. Let the anguish begin.
demand for high quality, locally raised meat
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Since the pandemic, more San Antonians are demanding high quality, locally raised meat

Alamo City residents aren't alone in turning to smaller, independent farms as they look for better sources of meat.

Vermont's sustainable agriculture plan
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Vermont's 10-year agriculture plan is built on sustainability — for farmers, and the state

The plan draws on the work of 120 focus groups with experts from industries including beef, dairy, sheep and goat, maple, vegetables and berry producers.
Can local food feed big cities? Yes, if we cut down on neat
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Can local food feed big cities? Yes, if we cut down on neat

New research shows that shifting to lower-meat diets would allow cities to source more—or all—of their food locally.
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