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World Wildlife Day takes place each year on March 3 and focuses global attention on biodiversity and wildlife. In 2015 there will be a record number of live video panels showcasing current efforts of conservation and countering wildlife crime. This wiki…
World Wildlife Day takes place each year on March 3 and focuses global attention on biodiversity and wildlife. In 2015 there will be a record number of live video panels showcasing current efforts ...
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To travel in the spirit of Ubuntu. This really sums up my travel aspirations.
Tourism can have a devastating impact as most of us are aware. Most are not traveling in the spirit of Ubuntu.
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In an attempt to curb the influx of cruise liners along this route, last week the Italian government ruled large cruise ship traffic through Venice’s lagoon will be limited, and enforced.
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Callanish stone circle, Outer Hebrides http://flic.kr/p/aRqbx4 #visitbritain
Explore John Williams / Eurapart's photos on Flickr. John Williams / Eurapart has uploaded 2146 photos to Flickr.
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Renewable energy is a very old technology in the Netherlands. A contemporary windmill and an ancient windmill silhouetted against a Friesland sunset.   #windmill   #Frieslan  #Fryslan
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What attracts you to the mountains?

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Biodivesity offsetting, making dreams come true. 
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+thetravelcamel Shane's post on Ethical Travel.
Ethical Tourism, Use Local, Respect, Exploitation, Photography
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Water Consumption and the tourism industry; something we are all going to hear a lot more about in the coming years. This video of a debate from the World Travel Market 2013 may well change the way you look at water.
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Moving blog post with sound advice from Shivya, an Indian Travel Blogger.
I have spent long nights in buses, watching forests in the distance get engulfed by forest fires spread by the acidity of dry pine planted on agricultural land. I have stayed at a heritage tea esta...
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Sharks are real big attractions for tourism destinations. In fact they generate more money for the tourist industry than selling fins for the table. It makes economic sense to protect them.
 
Sharks are worth more in the ocean than on the menu. That’s not just common sense, even the numbers back it up: http://goo.gl/mqyPD

#sharks   #conservation   #ecotourism   #stopsharkfinning  
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TravelCrunch is a sort of travel blog. It does not stick to the conventions of being a weblog or journal but it is updated with various topics from the past, present and possibly discussions of the future.

The focus is on budget sustainable travel. Treading lightly as we travel this beautiful world will ensure that our successors can enjoy it as much as we do.
This has been started to discuss these issues and share experiences and tips for travellers who are want keep the cost of their travel to themselves and the environment to a minimum.
Please feel free to challenge any of my views on here, I don't profess to be an expert and I'm certainly not 'holier than thou'.