Family Air Passenger Rights– What You Need to Know

When traveling with a family, it’s important to have a strong backup plan if things go south. AirHelp is here to ensure that Family Air Passenger Rights aren’t infringed, and if they [...]


Confession Time // Green Mama On The Go

I have a confession to make: I am going on a cruise. Did you know that cruises are even worse than planes? It doesn’t seem possible, but it’s true. Those ships burn fuel really, [...]


Towards an Ethos of Slow Travel //Green Mama on the Go

The first time I subscribed to a community supported agriculture share, I was shocked to discover that carrots are not available year round. For the first month, everything we ate was green [...]


Talking (and Listening ) to People Who See Things Differently // Green Mama on the Go

I recently took my baby to knock on doors in New Jersey. We were partnering with Swing Left and Knock Every Door to get out the vote (and take back the House of Representatives in 2018), but [...]


How to be a Tourist in Your Own City

This post contains affiliate links.  Some weeks ago, an old friend of mine came to visit me, I asked him if there was anything in particular he wanted to see in The Hague, the place I currently [...]


To Boston by Bus // Green Mama On The Go

This post is part of the Green Mama On The Go Series about taking actions to make travel more environmentally friendly.  It was an early morning in June, and my daughter and my husband were [...]


6 Ways To Be Green On The Go

  With the recent decision that the U.S. government will be withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accords, there has been lots of conversations about how we as individuals can take action to [...]


Our Future is Green – Our Reaction to the US Withdrawal of the Paris Climate Agreement

The greatest gift we can give to our children is the world. But what happens when our leaders think global issues are merely political battles to be won? It was heartbreaking last week to see the [...]


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