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Sustainable holiday ideas: in search of a better break

From eco hotels to 'voluntourism', these trips all do their bit for sustainability in travel. Take note...

Gisela Erlacher: Living under concrete skies

Austrian photographer Gisela Erlacher's new photo book depicts the surreal human worlds that exist underneath motorway bridges

Jeremy Jones Interview: the legendary snowboarder talks sustainability and climate change

Having spent every winter in the mountains for the past 30 years, snowboarder Jeremy Jones is face-to-face with the effects of climate change. He tells us why it’s time to act

Trips that make a difference: Meaningful Travel adventures with Rickshaw Travel

For a responsible, sustainable and immersive escape where you experience a new culture in depth, look no further than Rickshaw Travel

Icebreaker Cool-Lite Sphere hoody: gear review

Warm-weather gear made out of... merino wool? Yep, really, and Icebreaker's Cool-Lite technology proves why it works

Top 5 Breaks In: The South Coast

From windsurfing in Weymouth to craft beers in Brighton, we pick five very different breaks on England's south coast.ACTION: Jurassic CoastThe Jurassic Coast is

48 hours in Aarhus, Denmark: What to do and where to go

With centuries-old tradition and new-school food and architecture, Denmark's second city of Aarhus is truly original

City Guide: Cambridge, UK

Cocktails, concerts and craft beers − there’s lots to see and do in Cambridge beyond joining the tourist trail around the colleges

Best sustainable holidays in the Indian Ocean

Looking for a sustainable way to holiday in the Indian Ocean? Whether you’re volunteering or on the beach, you can give back with these responsible stays

Belize, Central America: ancient ruins, iguanas and hipster-style street food

From untouched ancient ruins to pristine white beaches, Belize ticks all of the dream getaway boxes – yet it's still just under the radar. We explore a Central American country that's just waiting to be discovered