Greta Thunberg is now a professional. After having spent 32 hours in the train to get to the summit of the wef in Davos in January, the activist will cross the Atlantic in a sailboat to the port of New York, where she is expected on the 23rd of September for a summit on the global climate. While the minds are awakening to the ecological crisis and calls to action are increasing, especially after the passage of the activist in France on 23 July, the atlantic the latter does not fail to think of a phenomenon while also summery: the holidays. The image of the practices of the young Swedish, the "slow travel", which is derived from eco-tourism, emerges as an alternative solution that would combine the joys of travel and the sake of the planet.
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The "slow travel", it is "developing a new relationship with time", observes Jean-François Rial, founder of the travel agency-to-measure "World Travelers". "We slow down, we ...Updated Date: 01 August 2019, 00:00