Hagensborg Brings Slave Free Chocolate to the West Coast

Most people don’t know that chocolate has a princess. Her name is Shelley Wallace and she is the owner of Hagensborg Chocolate Limited. Based in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, Hagensborg is a chocolate company that prides itself on making “Clean, Slave Free and Wild Chocolate” and is leading the way to ethical and sustainable chocolate.

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Changi Airport Butterfly Garden

While most major international airports offer free Wi-Fi, expensive duty-free shopping, and restaurants, Singapore’s Changi Airport offers an escape from the stresses of international transit with a tasteful Butterfly Garden. A refreshing green space, the garden has an impressive collection of about 1000 butterflies and moths belonging to 47 different species that are found in

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Make it More Than a March

Today is the day that we celebrate the existence of Earth, and we make more sustainable decisions like turning off the lights and taking shorter showers. For whatever reason, people don’t do this daily. To some, being environmentally friendly is considered “trendy” and not vital. What people fail to understand, whether it be from ignorance

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The 3 Top Eco-Tourism Spots in Sagada

Ecotourism is a new conservation movement based in the tourist industry. It has been described as “responsible travel which conserves the natural environment and sustains the well-being of local people” [1]. High up in the Cordillera mountains in the Northern Luzon region of the Philippines exists the town of Sagada. This place is booming with

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The World Through His Eyes: Bangkok Art and Culture Center

Usually, art and science don’t go hand in hand. Often, art and science are unfortunately pitted against each other when both can compliment each other. That is the case with the Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre in Thailand. In the heart of smog-choked and traffic ridden capital, there is an oasis of art entwined with

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