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Eco tours by Wild Planet – glimpse rare, singing gibbons


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Want to tour Thailand and Laos the eco way? Sign up for one of Wild Planet Adventures’ wildlife-focused tours and get a glimpse of life off the beaten path – up close and personal.
If you choose to tack on the five-day “Gibbon Experience,” you’ll be sleeping in a comfy tree house (connected by an innovative network of zip-lines, of course) and get the chance to witness the haunting duet of gibbon mates in the early morning mist of the rain forest.

You can’t find that on a Florida beach. Plus, Wild Planet works with local guides, supports rain forest communities and helps fund protection of wildlife at destinations. For a family vacation to Costa Rica, Belize, Panama, Peru or Galapagos that won’t soon be forgotten, visit Wild Planet Adventures.

To read about Wild Planet’s eco-tourism efforts, click here.

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Monday, June 11, 2007

Seatbelt Bags – It’s time to Treecycle


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You’ve seen them… and you know they’re adorable. Handbags made of seat belts! It gets better though… Harvey’s (The Original Seatbeltbag) is now selling “Treecycle” bags online. Just as cute, if not cuter, these totes are made from 100 percent recycled seatbelts, and are lined in hemp printed with eco-friendly ink.

Equipped with a zip closer and long handles that make shoulder swinging a breeze, you can pick one up for $134+.

Take a look at seatbeltbags.com. Don’t miss the juicy, new Artist Series, by tatoo artist, Sid: bombshell mini messenger, gambling rose north south shopper, or limited edition sailors angel.

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monday’s mixed bag of green news


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