Vacation – MFF ACT NOW on Climate Change

Vacation – MFF ACT NOW on Climate Change

Kill the map for five minutes would ya!? Making us look like a couple of tourists! Hey dude! I’m just trying to find where we are, man! Welcome to the misty shores of England. This is one freaky ass beach. Speaking of freaky, what the heck is that thing? Bing Connors!? Who? Bing “Big Body” […]

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Last Chance Tourism? See it before it sinks!!

Last Chance Tourism? See it before it sinks!!

The travel professor is in Kirbati. Where in the world is Kiribati? It’s right in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. You may well have heard of it because of climate change. It is one of the countries that is most affected by climate change because it’s a low-lying atoll country. There’s 33 different islands […]

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Freedom – Quilombo Land Title Struggle in Brazil – Brazil

Freedom – Quilombo Land Title Struggle in Brazil – Brazil

Freedom Quilombos are rural Afro-Brazilian community’ areas. Many of them were set up in the 17th to 19th centuries as a form of resistance of slaves and ex-slaves against slavery. The Brazilian 1988 Constitution enshrined the quilombolas’ rights to their traditional lands and the government has officially recognized the existence of more than 3,000 communities […]

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How Antarctica’s tourist boom could affect Earth’s ‘last great wilderness’

How Antarctica’s tourist boom could affect Earth’s ‘last great wilderness’

JUDY WOODRUFF: Now to our continuing series Warnings From Antarctica. It was the last of the seven continents to be discovered, and it wasn’t until the late 1950s that commercial tourism to the region began. But now it’s becoming a popular destination. William Brangham and producers Mike Fritz and Emily Carpeaux traveled there and have […]

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Mangrove Ecotourism, Tugu – Tapak, Semarang, Indonesia – MRED Project

Semarang City has several options of interesting tourist attractions among others are Tapak Tugurejo Mangrove Forest and Tirang Island The mangrove forest is only 15 minutes away from the west of Kalibanteng Runabout Or to the east if you come from Mangkang Bus Station Visitors who want to get closer to nature have several options […]

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Tanzanian Fishing Villages Turn to Seaweed to Grow Incomes

Tanzanian Fishing Villages Turn to Seaweed to Grow Incomes

Zanzibar, an archipelago of islands off Tanzania, is known for its rich melding of cultures, lush marine ecosystem and majestic coral reefs. But in the last decade, illegal fishing, climate change and an increasing population have taken a toll on Zanzibar’s ecosystem and communities. The size and catch of fish have become smaller. The profit […]

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Polar Bear Capital of the World – Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Polar Bear Capital of the World – Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

The polar bear, a magnificent creature that lives in an environment engulfed in ice. For many months, these mammals survive in areas where sea ice meets water in order to hunt seals that make up most of their diet. In recent years the ice has been dwindling, and with perhaps one-third less ice in these […]

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The Eco Secrets Of One Of The World’s Most Sustainable Hotels | EcoCamp Patagonia

The Eco Secrets Of One Of The World’s Most Sustainable Hotels | EcoCamp Patagonia

Hello! I am Tim, live from EcoCamp Patagonia the 1st geodesic hotel on the planet We are here in one of the most beautiful places on Earth Torres del Paine National Park in Southern Chile and believe me, places as beautiful and wild as here are also very fragile EcoCamp was born in 2001 but […]

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