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How to Make Earth Day Travel Choices Everyday: Guest Post for Greyhound

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http://bloggreyhound.com/how-to-make-earth-day-travel-choices-everyday-a-diary-by-kasha-sequoia-slavner/ Kasha Slavner, the 17 year-old filmmaker and writer behind The Global Sunrise Project knows being a good steward of the environment is an integral part of becoming a good global citizen. After her trip from Toronto to New York City we asked her to share why she felt taking the bus is so important for the environment. It has become a tradition every March break for the past four years that my mom and I travel…

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: PLEASE SHARE

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17 YEAR OLD CANADIAN DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER AWARDED KIM PHUC YOUTH AWARD FOR PEACE 17 YEAR OLD CANADIAN DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER  AWARDED KIM PHUC YOUTH AWARD FOR PEACE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE By The Global Sunrise Project November 6th, Toronto, ON –Kasha Sequoia Slavner, 17 year old filmmaker, writer & advocate for peace was selected as the recipient of the first ever KIM PHUC YOUTH AWARD FOR PEACE by The Canadian Voice of Women for Peace, for her commitment to…

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Travel Massive

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Happy 2015! I have spent the last two weeks since I’ve been home thinking about the past year and all of the amazing people and new friends I’ve met. I have a lot to be grateful for and many people to thank in this and upcoming blog posts. Today, I want to give a special thank you to all my friends at Travel Massive. Travel Massive was co founded by one of my mentors Ian Cumming (and…

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South East Asia to San Francisco

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The last stop on our journey was San Francisco, California. Returning to North America was quite a big shock for both me and my mom. One of the things we loved the most about some of the places we visited was the chaos  of things that seemed to work ; like the way the traffic motion was constantly zig-zag-ing but we rarely saw anyone crash, or the unevenness of the dirt roads that people somehow…

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Bangkok to Baan Yu Suk

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Is the saying there’s no place like home true? I thought about this a lot while travelling and had my moments of homesickness but it wasn’t long before i started to call the places we were staying ‘home’. Staying somewhere for longer periods of time has helped me do this. Getting to know the people and getting comfortable with my surroundings was important and I realized I really didn’t need much. So long as there…

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