Friday, October 15, 2010

Tips for Traveling Without Damaging Environment

raveling is fun, but traveling can also unwittingly give a bad impact on the environment, especially in terms of carbon emissions. Moreover, not infrequently a tourist area that previously has stunning scenery, damaged by the visit of the traveler who does not care about nature conservation.
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Here are tips that can be practiced for traveling to provide minimal impact on the environment.

1. Avoid using vehicles that emit large CO2nya to travel to your destination.

2. Use of mass transportation, rent a bike, wagon or on foot to enjoy the beauty and uniqueness of the area we visit beautiful places including hidden.

3. Acquainted with many people on the go, one way to be able to share the vehicle. It will save CO2 emissions, saving travel costs, and certainly adds a lot of friends.

4. Buy food on the sidewalk, cafe, or restaurant population. It can reduce the emissions that are used to transport food from distant locations as well as contributing directly to local communities. In addition, the device usually eat at the local shop does not use plastic / styrofoam.

5. Choose food and local beverages. In addition to taste food and beverages from the region of origin, also to reduce CO2 emissions generated from imported goods.

6. Bring your own drink bottle so that it can be refilled.

7. Bring your own shopping bags to reduce plastic waste.

8. Disposing of trash in its place.

9. Take a tourist spot that offers a more 'green' or have environmental programs.

10. Encourage the tourism industry to make social responsibility. A study shows that many foreign tourists who are willing to pay more from their leisure activities that help others, friendly environment and preserve local culture.

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