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John Fraser


The Michelin-starred chef has a story to tell you through his cooking

Pundy’s Picks for Conscious Travel


Six tips for considered and conscious travel

Genmaicha Martini Recipe


The classic martini plus the health benefits of green tea

The Spread Love Project by Nicholas Konert


How Nicholas Konert’s rainbow heart design became an international icon

Wade Davis


Anthropology is the antidote to today’s nativism says the scholar and author

Carla Sozzani


The future of retail according to the founder of legendary concept store 10 Corso Como

The Art of Migration


The power of art to inspire empathy and social action

John Pawson


Zen Buddhism and minimalist purity drive the celebrated architect

Amy Duncan


As the CBD line Mowellens expands into skincare, its founder shares the personal story behind her company

Sila Sveta


Moscow’s favorite media studio finds the perfect balance between art and commerce

David de Rothschild


In his calls for environmental awareness, the modern explorer finds harmony between man and nature

Can Fashion Be Sustainable?


Shaping a better world through what you buy – or don’t

Brendon Babenzian


Supreme’s former creative director wants to end the cycle of consumption with his new brand Noah

Lily Kwong


Nature invades the urban jungle in the landscape designer’s expansive projects

House of Yes


Behind the scenes with the Bushwick nightlife collective promoting inclusivity and consent culture

Chez Dede


A medium in which two world-traveling, adventurous spirits absorb the globe’s vast curiosities and share them freely

Jesse Israel


A meditation guide for extraordinarily large groups

Liya Kebede


The Ethopian model, activist, and entrepreneur uses her label Lemlem as a force for change
John Fraser
John Fraser
Genmaicha Martini Recipe
Genmaicha Martini Recipe

 

Take the most direct route
It can be more economical to take longer or connecting routes when traveling, but we often forget that the more time we spend on planes and trains and in cars, the greater carbon footprint we leave behind. Do your best to take the shortest route to your destination; our Earth’s atmosphere will thank you. And
don’t forget to purchase carbon offsets through a service like CarbonFund.org.

 

Travel with reusable amenities
Skip the single-use toiletries and water bottles at hotels and bring your own along. There are tons of reusable toiletry amenity bottles and reusable water bottles on the market. Our personal favorite is EDITION’s Stay Plastic Free bottle from NAECO, available at ShopEdition.com

 

Reuse hotel towels and sheets
Hotel stays can be luxurious and indulgent without fresh sheets and towels each day. We don’t wash our sheets and towels everyday at home and we don’t need to at hotels either! Save water and energy and feel good about lessening your impact. Keep it clean and don’t be mean.

 

Eat local
Plant-based and local organic food has become widely accepted as the highest-quality, healthiest option. It also happens to be the most sustainable as carbon emissions and plastic use are virtually eliminated due to less shipping and packaging needs. Besides, the next time you are biting into
a steak, think of the earth-damaging methane coming out of the cow.

 

Respect the local culture
We travel to explore, learn, and expose ourselves to environments that are different to our day-to-day. Conscious travel requires an openness to the community and culture around you. Celebrate diversity at all levels by shopping local, volunteering, and partying with revelers from all nationalities, backgrounds, and persuasions.

 

Be mindful
A mindfulness practice is key to getting the most out of travel. Meditation can help alleviate jet lag, improve overall sleep, and relieve stress and anxiety while adventuring the globe. We love the app from Inscape, which makes guided meditations accessible and fun, no matter where you are.