We are nomadic empty nesters on a Green Global Trek. After twenty plus years living in the U.S., when our four sons finished high school and left home for college, we quit our jobs, sold most of our possessions and launched our Green Global Trek adventure. Peta is an artist, a psychologist by training, yogini and animal lover. Ben is a strategic consultant in the aerospace industry. We are both committed environmentalists and increasingly focused on discovering solutions and advocating for climate adaptation. First chapter of our Green Global Trek ~ Latin America (2009): We moved from Chicago to Nicaragua, Central America to kickstart a climate-mitigation-focused, bamboo reforestation project and bamboo housing construction business. Our objective was to have positive social and environmental impact. Between 2008 and 2013 we built up a team of Nicaraguan bamboo foresters and civil engineers, built the largest bamboo-processing factory in Central America, captured programs for eco-housing funded by international institutions for the benefit of victims of Hurricanes. We built over 150 houses and created green construction jobs for 200 local construction workers. Our Empty Nester objective was to create the conditions for our four sons to have a Latin American experience. From a travel point of view, our bamboo business enabled us to travel to and discover Latin America, through the prism of bamboo forestry. We traveled and worked with Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Colombia, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Cuba. Second chapter of our Green Global Trek ~ Asia (2013) We decided to launch the second chapter of our Green Global Trek by buying one way tickets to Viet Nam. Our objective was to explore Asia, work in the climate adaptation space through consultancy projects, and at the same time select a next potential home base. We lived sequentially, nomadically, in Viet Nam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, Sri Lanka, and India. Since 2016, we have been living in Sri Lanka, our base for regional exploration.