Last week I came down pretty hard on Dwell Magazine. In an issue dedicated to the sustainability of wood as a building material, I questioned a feature about a house whose owners had cut down 15 acres of trees to improve the view and that the article never acknowledged the environmental implications of size (the home was enormous).
I know Dwell is better than that, and I wanted you to know it, too. Here's an example of Dwell writing that's more the norm: A feature on an innovative house in Chicago built from reclaimed materials, warmed by geothermal heat, and powered by solar panels and some pretty funky wind turbines.
What have you seen green hoteliers doing right? Have you found an eco-travel destination that deserves a Green Postcards feature? E-mail me, or comment below!