Do you love traveling just as much as you have a desire to make a positive impact on the world and contribute to wildlife conservation? Then we have exciting news for you! In this article, we introduce you to the new partnership between socialbnb and travel-to-nature, which allows you to embark on an unforgettable Impact Ecuador Round Trip while promoting responsible tourism. Your contribution to social engagement You have the opportunity not only to travel but also to support local social projects. socialbnb offers you the unique chance to stay in accommodations directly operated by socio-ecological initiatives, welcoming you to…
Impact News: We were able to generate 793.90 USD through overnight stays on our socialbnb platform for Project Wings in Indonesia. What can be done with this money and what Project Wings contributes to environmental protection, you can read here. Project Wings is a young non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to fighting three of the world's biggest problems - species extinction, rainforest deforestation and the ongoing flood of plastic. To this end, the organization is building the world's largest plastic waste recycling village in Indonesia.
Impact News: We were able to generate 2,934.20 USD through overnight stays on our socialbnb platform for the Zonca Ecovillage project in northern Italy. What can be implemented on site with this money and what Chumbe Island contributes to environmental protection at all, you can find out here. Zonca is a rustic and picturesque mountain village located a few kilometers from the "Parco Naturale dell'Alta Valle Antrona". The village was largely abandoned in the 1960s. The reason for this was that many young people moved to Domodossola for better job opportunities, especially in the steel industry. Many older Italians from…
Sustainability is on everyone's lips and is of great interest in diverse subject areas. Climate change, scarcity of resources, dwindling biodiversity or even the current population dynamics as well as people's consumption behavior require a rethink. In 2015, the UN adopted the 2030 Agenda. In it: 17 sustainable development goals that are intended to ensure and promote sustainability. The goals focus on poverty, food and drinking water, health, education, gender equality, energy, work, sustainable development, environmental and climate protection and peace. But how can tourism and explicitly socialbnb contribute to these goals? That is what we are clarifying today.
A socialbnb is an accommodation with impact. Every overnight stay supports a social or ecological project. If you have chosen an accommodation on our platform, then the price selected by the project will flow into that. This way you can easily travel in a socially sustainable way and do good - while you sleep, so to speak. We currently have six different project types, check out our website. Let's take a look together at projects in the different impact areas.
In the night from July 14 to 15, 2021, a devastating flood hit large areas of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia after extreme storms. Within hours, the waters of many rivers and streams rose, even reaching levels of an incredible 7 to 8 meters in some areas - nearly five meters above the worst flood to date in 2016. We invited the relief organization of Roof Tent Nomads to share more about their activities and efforts. You'll find out how you can additionally support the organization in the course of the interview:
Impact News: We were able to generate USD 3,570.00 through overnight stays on our socialbnb platform for the Chumbe Island Coral Park project in Tanzania. What can be implemented on site with this money and what Chumbe Island actually contributes to environmental conservation, you can find out here. Chumbe Island is an uninhabited island just off Zanzibar. It is also the world's first financially self-sustaining marine protected area. A recognized 55.1 hectare nature reserve, Chumbe Island is home to a fully protected coral reef and a closed forest reserve.
The number of people volunteering has increased significantly in recent years. More and more people are deciding to do federal voluntary service or what is known as a "gap year". A gap year is a journey undertaken before the start of studies or training. This can also take the form of a "sabbatical" at a later point in one's working life. Today we'll talk about volunteering abroad as part of such a gap year or sabbatical and show you both the positives and negatives to this venture. Let's go!
More and more people are choosing a vegan lifestyle for ethical, health, or environmental reasons. But what about vegan food and options when traveling? The good news is: it's easier than you think! In this post, I'll give you some tips and tricks on how to find delicious and healthy food while traveling as a vegan. So, buckle up and let's explore the world of vegan travel together!