I've been astounded to see how many of the bloggers whose work I read regularly participated in Blog Action Day today. In reading through everyone's posts, I was struck by how many people said that the personal connection they made by seeing climate change first hand on their travels. The posts are fascinating, and each one showcases a different dimension of the problem. I thought I'd share some of those posts with you.
Read this great post at Roaming Tales about why cruising isn't a "green" travel choice
Tourism Keys has a first hand account of what it's like to be a climate change refugee from Ursula Rakova a former resident of a small island in pacific southwest in Papua New Guinea.
Here's a story about the The Chacaltaya glacier just outside La Paz, Bolivia, which has virtually disappeared and what that means for the local community
Mom Most Traveled's wrote about the flooding Meekong River in Laos and what it felt like to witness it.
Gadling has a good roundup of where to research and book eco friendly travel
Peter Greenburg has some great advice on what to look for when choosing a "green" hotel
Lola Akinmade writes about what it really means to share the same air
And finally, in case you're not convinced that any of this matters for you, read who should care about climate changeIf you have published a travel related Blog Action Day post, let me know in comments.