We Made Paper… OUT OF POOP!: Poo Poo Paper Park, Chiang Mai

We Made Paper… OUT OF POOP!: Poo Poo Paper Park, Chiang Mai

What if I told you that all of this was made from poo?! And not just any poo… elephant poo! We are here just outside of Chiang Mai in this beautiful area and they’ve thought of a really incredible way to help with deforestation here. Elephant poop! You see elephants poop every two hours and […]

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Eating sheep’s head and eagle hunting in Kazakhstan with the Travel Professor

Eating sheep’s head and eagle hunting in Kazakhstan with the Travel Professor

I’ve arrived in Kazakhstan to find some rural ecotourism. I flew into Astana drove two hours down to Karaganda in the middle of Kazakhstan. Now I heard about a village even further south about four and a half hours south east of Karaganda to find some ecotourism there. I’m driving down Kazakhstan’s steppe, just gun […]

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Ecotourism Pang Khon Village

Ecotourism Pang Khon Village

Hello, now we are arrive at Pang Khon Village Which is the place that we are going to have field trip today. Hello, now we are going to learn about the culture of this village. So stay tune! Now we are at Mon Ja Krai, The activity here is coffee bean harvesting. How is it […]

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The Land Doctors – Episode Six – Working With Nature

The Land Doctors – Episode Six – Working With Nature

♪ Welcome to this week’s episode of the Land Doctors. So it’s been snowin’ here. It’s been cold for days. I’ve been cooped up in the house with the wife and kids but unfortunately I’ve got a job to do down in Costa Rica. I’m flyin’ out first thing in the morning. It’ll be 80 […]

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Ecotourism in Fuerteventura | Discover our biofarms

Ecotourism in Fuerteventura | Discover our biofarms

[Music] my name is erina I come from Italy and yeah I came here and I fell in love with the island [Music] I’ve been living in many different places in the world I’ve studied in Germany I’ve been working also in the Dominican Republic and I graduated last fall from University and I decided […]

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Elevator Speech 2016 – Qwynne Lackey – Ecotourism Guide Training: What Makes t Effective?

Elevator Speech 2016 – Qwynne Lackey – Ecotourism Guide Training:  What Makes t Effective?

Something that has come into many things of the heart. I have a heart, you have a heart, and despite what social media tells us nowadays, even most politicians have a heart. Well, for ecotourism– (audience laughs) Well, for ecotourism, an environmentally and culturally-responsible form of tourism, that heart is the eco-tour guide. Guides play […]

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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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Interview with the President of Jeju Ecotourism Association

Interview with the President of Jeju Ecotourism Association

We have the pleasure of interviewing mrs. Je-Ryang Ko, the chairperson of Jeju Ecotourism Association about the ecotourism development in Jeju. Thank you for your time. So, my first question is what kind of ecotourism products do you offer to tourists in Jeju. We create programs by making connections between ecosystem, history, culture, and villages […]

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Charles Sturt University Ecotourism MOOC

Charles Sturt University Ecotourism MOOC

Are you keen to discover or develop tourism opportunities in your local community? Do you want to show people the beauty of your local natural environment? Then I’d like to help you harness that passion Hi, I’m Jonathan Howard, I teach ecotourism at Charles Sturt University and together we can realize your dreams. We’ll learn […]

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Supporting Ecotourism Development in Virunga National Park

Supporting Ecotourism Development in Virunga National Park

We the U.S. Forest Service International Programs are here in Virunga National Park in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo working on supporting ecotourism, diversifying and improving ecotourism infrastructure focusing on the Nyiragongo Volcano. This project is supported and implemented under the USAID Central Africa Regional Program for the Environment, CARPE. So I first came […]

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