Viewing entries posted in December 2018
If you’ve travelled anywhere in Australia, it’s likely you’ve come across the ECO Certified tourism logo. Close to 500 tourism businesses – tour companies, accommodations and attractions – proudly display this logo on their windows, their vessels and their uniforms. But do you know what it signifies? Have you perhaps even thought that it’s probably just a marketing ploy; something aimed to attract “eco conscious” travellers?
Purchasing and decorating a Christmas tree to build the Christmas atmosphere at home is a must-do tradition for most families. Nowadays we have a bunch of options when we are deciding what Christmas trees to buy. But do we really know the environmental impacts of different types of Christmas trees? This article will give you some hints to help you find the best option for your eco-friendly Christmas tree.
Congratulations to Uralba Eco Cottages for achieving Advanced Ecotourism Certification for their Kookaburra Cottage at Uralba Eco Cottages!
Tanned skin, at least in Western cultures, has long been considered a sign of beauty and wealth. On the other hand, Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, with two out of three Australians diagnosed with skin cancer at some point throughout their life. Many people use sunscreen in their everyday life, and it has been proven that long-term use of sun protection will help to prevent skin cancer.