On today’s episode, I’m joined by sustainable luxury travel writer, and the Sustainability Editor of Condé Nast Traveller magazine, Juliet Kinsman. Juliet has been an authority in the travel world for over two decades, as a renowned hotel expert. She’s the former Editor-in-Chief of the boutique hotel guide, Mr & Mrs Smith, and went on to found Bouteco, a platform that helps design lovers find the best eco-conscious design-led hotels.
And now she’s releasing a book, The Green Edit: Easy Tips for the Eco-Friendly Traveller. All of which couldn’t feel more relevant in our current global climate crisis. I really hope you enjoy Juliet’s insight into the future of travel, as well as the wonderful array of unusual destinations that she picks for her travel diaries.
- Atlas Mountains, Morocco
- New York City, USA
- Bali, Indonesia
- Green School, Bali
- Sumba, Indonesia
- Nihi Sumba hotel, Indonesia
- Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada
- Uxua Casa, Brazil
- Potato Head, Bali, Indonesia
- Budapest, Hungary
- Brody House, Hungary
- Treviso, Italy
- Transylvania, Romania
- Scotland inc. Alladale Wilderness Reserve
- Peruvian Andes
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The Green Edit by Juliet Kinsman is out on September 10.
This episode was produced by Holly Rubenstein
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