Earth.org is a collaboratively written travel guide (with a non-profit approach )
You just add your favourite restaurant in your hometown or some info on your traveling experiences. You share your knowledge - and if we all do this a new way of travel can emerge. You have suddenly free and reliable travel information in the Internet, as you have it now with Wikipedia for the world of encyclopedia.
Earth.org has a non-profit approach
Earth.org is independent from business interests - and because of this it is a social experiment depending on your engagement. Our only interest is you, the traveller, the sightseer, the explorer. Even if you are not travelling tell us about your hometown. If you join us and contribute it can happen!
Earth.org - really everyone can help - that's the idea
- Become an Earth.org traveller
- Support Earth.org in a honorary position and be the Ambassador of your city
Earth.org - who are we?
At Earth.org we have no office! Our team members are placed all over the globe. We work from the beach or in the mountains, in cities or at the countryside, at home with kids or whilst traveling. Our big challenge: How can we communicate in such a remote team? We decided – just open!
Visit the Earth.org blog and meet the team - you can see us working live at Earth.org, the open travel guide.
We invite you to look around and join the discussion!
Learn more about remote work and why we love it!