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As our world becomes increasingly busy and complicated, many are seeking ways to get back to nature in sustainable and truly disconnected ways.

TheCamp.Earth is doing just that by providing its guests with an Australian luxurious campsite experience that is located Byron Bay and Mullumbimby. With its Ochre campsite, guests get their own self-sufficient, secluded oasis that offers 360-degree uninterrupted views of the ocean and nearby mountains.

In addition, TheCamp.Earth donates $20 of each booking to Sea Shepherd Australia, which is a an international, non-profit marine conservation organization that campaigns to defend, conserve and protect the world’s oceans.

“After realizing that over 50 percent of the emitted industrial carbon was released into the atmosphere in just the last 30 years, it became clear that more needs to be done to offset its impact and give back to the planet as best we can,” said David.

David chose to use a .Earth domain because it fully supports TheCamp.Earth’s mission behind this philanthropic effort.

“The .Earth domain perfectly encompasses the idea behind a more fulfilling and sustainable life, as well as our love for easy, simple, conscious living,” added David. “The domain is also the philanthropic arm of our venture. We have much respect for this planet we call home, and we couldn’t start a business without aligning it with our values.”

Following are highlights from our interview:

  • How the idea of TheCamp.Earth came about. (:45)
  • More about The Camp itself, and what types of guests it typically attracts. (4:45)
  • Why sustainable living is important to The Camp’s guests. (7:00)
  • Why the organization chose to use a .Earth domain. (10:20)
  • What the future holds for TheCamp.Earth. (11:40)

To learn more about TheCamp.Earth, please click here. In addition, if you are launching a luxury outdoor experience that aims to give back to the planet, and would like to use a .Earth domain name, please click here.

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