Today’s Solutions: April 24, 2024

Travel

Learn how to make your holidays more sustainable, and read the latest news around ecotourism, ethical travel, and journeys built around sustainability

5 ways to transform car rides

5 ways to transform car rides from painful to pleasant

Nobody wants to spend hours delayed in traffic; it's a nightmare on wheels for those with back pain. Take it from Olivia Sabedra-Buck, a 36-year-old marketing manager from Santa Barbara, California, who has suffered from severe lower back pain caused by a ruptured disk during her daily commute. Read More...

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Rowing against the current: Botswana’s women safari guides inspire and empower

In the calm of Botswana's Okavango Delta, where the morning sun creates a golden glow on the water's surface, an amazing metamorphosis is occurring. Women are taking the lead in changing an industry that was formerly thought of as a man's domain: guiding tourists through beautiful waterways. The Read More...

Your guide to witnessing April

Your guide to witnessing April's total solar eclipse in North America

With the total solar eclipse just around the corner, enthusiasm is building throughout North America. On April 8, a celestial display will occur as the moon crosses the sun, creating a shadow across a large portion of the continent. While acquiring premium lodgings may be difficult at this time, Read More...

Embrace serenity by exploring

Embrace serenity by exploring America's 4 car-free havens

Leave the stress and bustle of modern life behind and enter a world where serenity replaces vehicles. These four gorgeous, car-free communities in the United States provide a unique respite from everyday life. Halibut Cove, Alaska Halibut Cove is a tranquil jewel nestled among Alaska's gorgeous Read More...

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Revolutionizing roadway power: Detroit pioneers wireless EV charging

Detroit proudly reveals the nation's trailblazing innovation: a length of road that wirelessly charges electric vehicles (EVs) on the move or at rest, signaling a big step forward in automotive evolution. Eliminating EV charging challenges The introduction of wireless charging on highways Read More...

5 things to avoid for a stress

5 things to avoid for a stress-free flight: tips from Delta's Chief Health Officer

The holiday season rush begins in October in the world of air travel. As passengers prepare to take to the skies, health remains a key focus. Dr. Henry Ting, MD, MBA, who took over as Delta Air Lines' Chief Health Officer in 2021, is leading the push in this area. Dr. Ting's responsibilities have Read More...

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Explore nature this summer: Adventures in 8 of America's most accessible national parks

Summertime is the perfect time to hit the road and see some of the 63 magnificent national parks spread across the United States. However, these fun summer activities shouldn’t be off-limits to those with different accessibility needs—accessibility and inclusion are crucial so that all visitors Read More...

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Is a “workcation” right for you? How to balance work and play in the era of flexible work

You’ve probably already heard about the latest work-life balance trend. It's known as a workcation or a bleisure trip, and it combines work and vacation into one amazing experience. Consider lying in the sun on a tropical beach while adhering to your everyday business tasks. Sounds intriguing, Read More...

Schiphol, The Netherlands May 27 2018 - Passengers entering and leaving the main building at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam

Amsterdam airport bans private jets to reduce noise and climate pollution

On November 5, 2022, scores of climate activists gathered in front of luxury planes and private jets at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, preventing them from taking off for several hours.  Now, nearly five months later, the airport has declared that private jets would be prohibited, as well as Read More...

Solar panels on the parking lot near a supermarket on a sunny day in Avignon, Provence, France. Electricity and shade for cars at the same time.

France mandates that all large parking lots be outfitted with solar panels

Last week, the French Senate passed legislation mandating the installation of solar panels on all new and current parking lots with room for at least 80 vehicles— an enormous boost for solar power. Doubling solar and wind energy The new provisions are part of French President Emmanuel Macron's Read More...