Ecotourism destination: Oregon
We’ve been trying to find the little bits (and the bigger bits) of green living that ecotourists and vacationers want to experience.
So, how about a nice eco vacation in Oregon. The fresh air, the wildlife, the geothermal energy? That’s right, the sidewalks in Klamath Falls Oregon never have snow on them, ever. After a brutal winter on the east coast not shoveling a sidewalk sounds like paradise.
Geothermal energy accounts for 0.5 percent of the United State’s energy production. It’s got a low carbon foot print, but could have a nasty side effect if it is implemented in the wrong area. Namely earthquakes. But please don’t take our word for it. We are fans of green living and eco travel and vacations. We are not scientists. So, do your own research and ask your own questions.