Elephant Hills, Thailand

Prioritizing humane treatment of the majestic animals while camping in their natural habitat at Khao Sok National Park

by Jennifer Miller Every year, tourists flock to Thailand in search of beautiful beaches, delicious food and the chance to ride an elephant. The Asian elephant is the country’s national symbol, an animal much idealized and, for many years, greatly mistreated. In the early 20th century, there were as many as 300,000 wild elephants and 100,000 domesticated elephants in the country. Today there are fewer …

REVISIT’s Altruistic iPhone Case

Raw alloy adds sophistication and sturdiness, while 25% of profits go to preserving US national parks

Made in Mesa, Arizona, REVISIT’s new solid brass and acetal plastic bumper-case transforms an iPhone from a slippery glass smartphone into a substantial feeling piece of hardware—and without adding too much weight. They’re sophisticated, with just the right tinge of retro-styling and come with a bonus for your conscience: a percentage of the profits go to a very good cause. The Houston-based company says their …