An ever increasing number of people are growing concerned about the impact of their daily lives upon the environment, and many are taking proactive steps to minimize their impact and to be more conscious about consumption.
One excuse we’ll often hear from more eco-aware folks is that traveling full time would inevitably have too high of an environmental impact for them to consider leaving home without a heavy burden of eco-guilt.
This guilt is understandable – a life in motion consumes resources, and we certainly do not dispute the environmental impact of travel.
But we have discovered that “being green” while traveling is actually very achievable. And indeed, it is often possible to have less of an environmental impact living nomadically than by living a more typical lifestyle.
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Each of us needs to find our own balance that combines exploring the world with preserving it. And if you stay conscious to your consumption, you don’t have to compromise your wanderlust for your desire to live a sustainable life.
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