Dünen auf Juist
by Lynn, on
Juist unplugged: A role model for sustainability When it comes to sustainability, some could take a leaf out of the book of the North Sea island Juist. The island ... More
ingredients coco blossom salad
by Agnes, on
Summer tastes like … fresh Thai salads Barbecue, trips to the lake or a picnic in the park: delicious, light dishes are just as much a part of summer ... More
The dolomites
by Lynn, on
Over hill and dale Walking steadily and calmly in nature while hiking helps us relax, even if our heartbeat goes up. No matter if your trail’s ... More
Colorful Corals
by Jenni, on
Sustainable sunscreen: what does sun protection have to do with corals? For decades, applying sunscreen was summer holiday rule number 1 – because UV light causes skin cancer and the radiation is particularly ... More
Poolvilla Tongsai Bay
by Agnes, on
Chemical-free hotel pools? No problem! It’s summertime! And with the rising temperatures comes an increasing need for cooling. Unfortunately, all too often bland pools full of chlorine ... More
Schwarze Alpenschweine
by greenpearls, on
Sustainable: perpetuating rare livestock species When we think about sustainability, the first things that usually come to mind are food waste, environmental protection, and problems caused by ... More
Holzlöffel mit Gewürzen
by Jenni, on
Our tipps for a kitchen without plastic, part 2 In our last post we have already provided you with some tips on avoiding plastic when shopping and storing food. Of course, ... More
by Jenni, on
Our tips for a kitchen without plastic, part 1 You come home from your weekly shopping and after unpacking your purchases the trash can is full of packaging waste? Everybody is ... More
Spice Village, helicopter view
by Jenni, on
It couldn’t be greener: vacations in the jungle Have you ever been to the jungle? Equipped with binoculars and trekking shoes, surrounded by the most beautiful greenery and a spectacular ... More