At the world's largest campaign for climate and environmental protection, initiated by the WWF, the lights will be switched off on March 30 from 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm. Thousands of cities and millions of people around the globe are taking part. The lights are also switched off at countless public buildings, landmarks and sights such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Allianz Arena in Munich and the Opera House in Sydney.
the wearness / travel
March 27, 2019
March 25, 2019
PLEASE EXPLAIN TO US WHAT THE RESTAURANT NOLLA IS ALL ABOUT.
Nolla opened in February 2018. It is the first zero-waste restaurant in the Nordic countries and one of the first ones around the world. We are three chefs with a strong vision to change the way the restaurant industry works nowadays. Nolla looks like a normal restaurant, but everything that happens behind the scenes is actually pretty far from normal.
March 19, 2019
The Skeleton Coast in the northwest of the country is truly breathtaking: wild, rough and quite deserted. Reportedly it owes its name to the many ships that sank here over the centuries due to the stormy weather. The sailors who rescued themselves on land usually died of thirst because of the dryness of the area. In the Skeleton Coast National Park a unique hotel in the middle of nowhere was opened last year - the spectacular Shipwreck Lodge.
March 11, 2019
The perfect time for a short trip to Amsterdam? Any time, really... because the lively city is extremely popular all year round because of its winding canals, colourful flea markets, vintage boutiques and museums. And it also has a lot to offer in terms of sustainability: A great selection of organic restaurants, vegan cafés and second-hand shops, and the Conscious Hotels chain is also an absolute pioneer when it comes to environmentally friendly overnight stays. Great: in almost no other city can you get around so easily on foot or by bike. Here are our tips: