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Eco-travel Made Easy

An interactive and green map-making site redefines the map.

Maps often come in handy for a casual road trip or the unfortunate occasion of finding yourself lost. Now, with the help of, you can use maps to do much more. Coinciding with World Environment Day on Friday, June 5, makers of launched their brand-new, interactive map-making tool. Open Green Map allows people from across the globe to add their favorite natural, sustainable, and cultural sites to the maps, which was the basis of Green Maps, only now anyone can get involved. Whether you want to visit Hout Bay Organic Market in Cape Town, or take the family to Victoria Park in London, the maps supply locations and reviews for your planning desires. Powered by Google Maps iconography, Open Green Map will allow for global communication that supports a healthy environment.

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