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Posts Tagged ‘environmental education’

Family Travel and Responsible Tourism

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 22 August 2017

A comprehensive collection of reasons and arguments why everyone should engage in more family travel and responsible tourism.

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How to Be a Responsible Family Travel Champion: Top Tips

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 21 August 2017

We asked experts to share their top tips about making responsible family travel decisions. Here’s what they had to say.

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7 Tips for Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Vacation Photography

  • Shane Haumpton
  • 24 July 2017

Today’s generations of travelers should practice sustainable vacation photography to preserve our natural surroundings for future generations who wish to enjoy and photograph them as much as we are.

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Zip Lines in Costa Rica: A Sustainable Alternative to Deforestation

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 3 February 2014

Rainforests deserve all the positive notice they can get, even including when seen from zip lines in Costa Rica suspended between towering first-growth trees. That might seem like an odd logical leap, but all efforts to conserve existing forests and regenerate degraded lands merit a closer look. This is especially true in places like Costa Rica.

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The Malawi Connection: When Doing Good Does Good

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 19 September 2013

This is a classic feel-good tale featuring an especially unlikely cast of characters: an African travel company, a UK-based handmade-bag manufacturer, a doctor, a boatbuilder, a community-based organisation in Malawi and the people on the shores of Lake Malawi it supports, especially the kids of a primary school.

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An Interview with Rob Greenfield, Bicycle Traveler and Sustainability Advocate

  • Wes Zolecki
  • 9 July 2013

Rob Greenfield is an adventurer, traveler and environmentalist who has decided to do more than just talk about being “green” and “sustainable.” Instead, he has chosen to do something tangible and measurable: He is riding a bamboo bicycle “Off the Grid Across America” and raising awareness for sustainability and money for not-for-profits along the way.

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When Planning a Nile Cruise in Egypt, Think About Your Eco-friendly Options

  • 5 July 2013

There are many ways to cruise the Nile in Egypt and around 200 pleasure vessels operate on the famous river at any one time. Among these are traditional wooden sailboats like feluccas and the slightly larger dahabeahs. Offering quieter and more serene trips, these non-motorised vessels are also kinder to the environment.

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Sustainable Development and Ecotourism in Maldives

  • 17 June 2013

A combination of Maldives’ ever-increasing popularity and its desire to meet tourist demand could have potentially damaging consequences to the country’s delicate ecosystem. In an attempt to head off some of the worst, the government has been introducing sustainable development measures and ecotourism practices.

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Why Earth Day Should Become Earth Year

  • David Miller
  • 22 April 2013

Today is Earth Day, the annual global event held to highlight environmental issues and demonstrate support for environmental protection. As with all periods of transition, we need to start with small steps. But how long will it take for more and more people to wake up to what it means to to be “green” all year round?

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Today (November 7) Is Responsible Tourism Day: Resistance Is Futile

  • Ethan Gelber
  • 7 November 2012

Responsible and sustainable practices are now increasingly mainstream across many industries. And well they should be given modern preoccupations. Unsustainable tourism is coming around too, but with the speed of a beast aware of its own imminent extinction. When will we all just accept that resistance is futile?

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