Africa

By Everett Potter How do you define a great safari? It should be an experience that’s life-changing. Two of the most critical factors of any African safari are the game viewing and the lodges. On a perfect safari, they should compliment each other. I spent a couple of weeks on

By Amiee White Beazley The weather wasn’t cooperating for my only day in Durban, South Africa. While planning my visit to the city on the coast of the Indian Ocean, I envisioned running along its Golden Mile, reading on the beach, and walking the streets in search of the best

  My friend Rob Holmes of GLP Films has been making remarkable films with a sustainable theme for the past five years. These films educate and inspire, but they also entertain. Every year, he takes to the road to showcase his recent work. That includes films like the Okapi Conservation Project:

By Michaela S. Guzy Five days and counting until my two month solo journey across the second largest continent in the world!  This will be my first trip to eastern and southern Africa.  On Friday, South African Airways will fly me via Joberg, South Africa as the locals say and

Photos and story by Rob Holmes & Jenny Ersbak Note: Green Living Project is in Africa, producing six new films across Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and D.R. Congo,  documenting and showcasing  a diverse mix of leading international sustainability-related initiatives  Kenya is one of the most densely populated countries inAfrica– 40 million

By Kristin Rust When in Morocco, there is nothing more local then the public hammam. A Hammam is a public bath house with an ancient history dating back to 600 AD. When Mohammad recommended the use of hot sweat baths to his followers, Islamic Hammam were like Starbucks. It remains