Matador believes in sustainability as a governing principle for decision making at all levels.

This includes everything from a national scale such as development of alternative energy sources (wind and solar power) to local food movements, community supported agriculture, and businesses that produce / serve and / or source goods and services locally.

As travelers we have both an opportunity and a responsibility to reduce our carbon footprints and make informed choices about how we travel. Matador is committed to sharing ground level media on innovators, orgs, and communities creating new models in sustainability, and ways that we as travelers can help.

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Rainforest Guardians: Spirit Bears and the Gitga'at Nation

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Traveling green in Ireland

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This badass turtle with a green mohawk that breathes through its genitals is going extinct

The world’s 7 big cats and where to see them in the wild

10 endangered animals to see (and save) before they’re gone

The world’s dreamiest island is now banning tourists

Where to see all of the internet’s favorite animals in real life

7 easy things you can do to be a more sustainable traveler at hotels

The UK just went a record-breaking 55 hours without using coal for power

What the rest of the world can learn from Cape Town’s water crisis

10 easy ways to travel green in 2018

The ultimate guide to zero-waste camping

Back to the land

Off the grid on a homemade island

The 10+ greenest cities in the world

In honor of Earth Day, here are 10 innovations that can save our planet

I have zero construction skills and not much money. But I’ve managed to build an adobe home in Patagonia

[Daily dispatch] a day without immigrants

6 steps you can take today to become a zero waste traveler

Environmental activists just saved a huge swath of public lands

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