Bonfires are not USP for a travel company. In fact, you should avoid the business that promote it and even if you are going with them, choose to opt out of this activity. Small efforts will help everyone in the long run.
Finding a travel company that shares your personal ethical values removes traveller’s guilt that many suffer with. It also gives you a chance to contribute instead of exploiting the region where you are traveling.
Narendra Patil, a renowned wildlife conservationist joins to discuss about the impact of tourism on Tiger habitats.
In this episode we discuss Plogging and how Plogga India is making a change by bringing this concept to India.
Bamboo is North East India’s lifeline. From Assam to Nagaland and Arunachal, bamboo finds use in a way or another. It has many advantages over the conventional building techniques and it is really inspiring to see how one can make building and architecture so sustainable.
At a time when climate change and floods are affecting the traditional practices of income in remote areas ideas like Homestay will provide an alternate source of income to many people.
Purvi Kamaliya and I have a disucssion on ethical ways to support local eco friendly products in India.
Aviniash leads cleanup missions in Himalayas as a part of the organization Waste Warriors. He shares about his journey and importance of keeping tihs part of the country clean.
Ethical handloom shopping in India is a challenge because middlemen take a major chunk of the profit. India this episode, we discuss how to resolve this and make sure that the artisans are benefiting from what they are creating.