Paul has written the following guides for Greentraveller:
Paul has been writing and photographing on sustainable travel for over a decade. His work has appeared in many publications, including the Financial Times, Sunday Telegraph, Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, Conde Nast Traveller, BBC Wildlife, Geographical, The Ecologist and The Idler. His photography is stocked by Axiom Photographic Agency.
For five years in the 1990s, Paul lived in the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific where he worked on community ecotourism with WWF and other NGOs.
When he came back to the UK, he lived in London and was soon jetting off all over the world every few weeks, writing and photographing travel features, focusing on islands and sustainable tourism. He became increasingly unsure whether the benefits to conservation and communities from tourism could outweigh the negative environmental impacts of flying. In 2008, he decided to break from promoting long-haul travel and has hardly flown since.
He now makes amends for his Yeti-sized carbon footprint by living a very simple life, cruising the waterways of England and Wales in his narrowboat, using public transport and his bicycle. He has never owned a car. He keeps an occasional blog of his narrowboat travels and more at www.milesawayagain.blogspot.com