Egypt’s ecolodges

Egypt’s ecolodges

The freedom of the desert is something else entirely. You live in the city, but you want your vision to stretch endlessly. To get that freedom of vision you have to go to the desert. On a personal level, it started as a retirement project, but gradually it became a connecting project, not a retirement […]

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Whip-tailed Thresher Sharks Help Island Recover After Typhoon

Whip-tailed Thresher Sharks Help Island Recover After Typhoon

In 2013 Typhoon Haiyan caused widespread destruction in the Philippines, hitting Malapascua Island especially hard. While no lives were lost, livelihoods were destroyed. It was the thresher sharks and the draw for divers to catch a glimpse of one of the most vulnerable open ocean shark species that allowed the island to prosper again. While […]

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A place for change – EcoCamp Patagonia Travelers’ Tales

A place for change – EcoCamp Patagonia Travelers’ Tales

Als ich im EcoCamp ankam, wollte ich mich nur von der Natur inspirieren lassen, ein Teil davon sein und Ruhe haben, um neue Perspektiven in meinem Leben zu erkennen. Meine Erfahrung war… sowohl in der Natur als auch im EcoCamp atemberaubend. Es ist ein unwirklicher Ort, fern von dieser Welt, es ist einfach… Es gibt […]

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Kibbutz Lotan Eco-Tourism קיבוץ לוטן תיירות אקולוגית בערבה

Kibbutz Lotan Eco-Tourism קיבוץ לוטן תיירות אקולוגית בערבה

Kibbutz Lotan is located 55 Kilometers North of Eilat in Israel’s Southern Arava Desert Lotan is part of the Kibbutz Movement, the Progressive Judaism movement, and is a member of GEN – the Global Ecological Villages Network. The Kibbutz recieved the Outstanding Ecovillage Award of the network for it’s social and educational contribution. Lotan appears […]

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Andrew Muir, Rolex Laureate, 2008

Andrew Muir, Rolex Laureate, 2008

The Rolex Awards for Enterprise I am a conservationist by training. But I don’t believe you can do conservation work in South Africa without looking at the social side. Whether it’s aids, whether it’s vulnerable youth and orphans; we have massive issues. There are figures that there are up to 88,000 child-headed households in our […]

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Solomon Island’s Big Idea @ Nature’s Leading Women 2017

Solomon Island’s Big Idea @ Nature’s Leading Women 2017

I’ve never been to any places like Australia this is my first time to get away from Solomon Islands. KAWAKI it is an acronym, that stands for Katupika, Wagina and Kia, those are the three communities inside the Arnavon project. We work with Arnavon conservation. We want to uplift or support Arnavon conservation. We conserve […]

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Ecotourism and Social Entrepreneurship

Ecotourism and Social Entrepreneurship

This is a conference on how ecotourism and social entrepreneurship is affecting Indonesia’s tourism The mission is to carry out community interest using entrepreneurial approaches. The study showed what is the meaning of social entrepreneurship to ecotourism and welfare of social structure Mission related impact comes essential criterias not wealth creation Ecotourism has been growing […]

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Ecotourism in Costa Rica- Hotel Punta Islita

Ecotourism in Costa Rica- Hotel Punta Islita

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WWOOF is a Great Exchange – Work abroad on an organic farm

WWOOF is a Great Exchange – Work abroad on an organic farm

For me woofing is an intercultural exchange of skills and knowledge that supports an agrarian organic lifestyle. Basically, the wwoof experience is a big exchange. We as traveller we work for the farm and help them and the farm give us food and accommodation. But if you take a closer look, we as Woofers and […]

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Oslo Is Rubbish And So Is Its Art Scene

Oslo Is Rubbish And So Is Its Art Scene

Oslo is rubbish and so is its art …nothing more than recycled junk. This lighthouse was built by mermaids to warn little children not to do as their stupid parents: filling the oceans with plastic. That’s rubbish! And for good reason too, little one Discover Oslo’s trashy art scene

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