Article Archive for Eco-Travel & Transportation

In 2006, as part of efforts to improve the environment, build sustainable economies and promote healthy lifestyles, Gaiam, an eco...
Pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods where people live, work, and play all in one place are the goals of new urbanism, which wants...
This week is Bike to Work Week! In case you're just hearing about eco-commuting celebrations now, don't feel left out. Take a...
When I was asked to go on Gaiam’s Natural Habitat Adventures tour to see polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada, I knew this...
Need a vacation? Take a solar-powered fishing trip, or enjoy a solar-powered outdoor shower while camping, or just watch a movie...
Anxious to make summer travel plans without turning your back on the Earth? Travel-related activities contribute an estimated...
Stay green while skiing or snowboarding.
If you’re going skiing or snowboarding soon — or just need a pair of gloves — check out these tips that’ll keep you warm and get...
A Q&A with Chris Paine, director of the documentary film 'Who Killed the Electric Car?'
What happens to an electric car deferred? Ask Chris Paine, director of the documentary film Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006),...
A multitude of tumultuous national and global events during the last year — including gas prices that skyrocketed before...
The LA Auto Show opened its doors to the public last week, with a bigger list of hybrids and alternative fuel vehicles than ever...