Here’s some of the stories that have captured Life & Soul Magazine’s attention this week:
Which? reveals the greenest supermarkets – Sharing top spot in the sustainability rankings, both with a score of 74%, are two quite different supermarkets: no-frills discounter Lidl and high-end grocer Waitrose, according to Which?.
Women building a sustainable future: The Mexican violinist who saved the Sierra Gorda – Forty years ago, Martha Isabel Ruiz Corzo, known as Pati, left the Mexican city of Querétaro with her family in search of a simple rural life. Instead, she ended up leading and inspiring a group of some 17,000 local environmental activists, devoted to protecting the remote and beautiful Sierra Gorda, the UN reports.
Travelers seek eco-friendly travel options in 2022 – Access to digital keys, EV chargers, sustainable dining and on-site recycling programs are a few ways the industry is redefining sustainable travel, Fast Company writes.
Devon sites among UK’s top eco-friendly glamping locations – Two Devon sites have been named in a list of the UK’s top eco-friendly glamping locations. From luxurious wood cabins to award-winning camping pods, eco-friendly glamping has become one of the most popular staycations in the UK, DevonLive reports.
Hilton Launches Episode 4 of Eco-Travel Docuseries “Extending Our Stay,” Highlighting Access to Clean Water – The episodes shows how organizations in Hawaii’s Big Island and Cusco, Peru are raising awareness to the decreasing safety of our global watersheds, according to Hospitality Net.
Image Credit: © Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda
Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living