Five Days in Cuba and Carbon Emissions From Travel

Five Days in Cuba and Carbon Emissions From Travel

U.S. Americans are flocking to Cuba, but you still can’t go for purely tourist reasons. Laura of Far Flung Travels shares her experience of spending five days in Cuba, including the conversations she had with people throughout the island. Then, Joe and Laura talk about carbon emissions from travel, namely flying in light of a recent YES! Magazine and Grist article from climate scientist Peter Kalmus, who lays out his reasoning for quitting flying. Should we be flying at all? Is the auto industry a bigger culprit? Should my job not exist? Without A Path gets deep!

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Joe Baur
Joe Baur
Joe is a travel author (Talking Tico) and podcaster who's constantly looking to get off the tourist trek in search of new stories. He enjoys few things more than a hoppy beer and chorizo in good company. Give him these things and he will be your friend for life.