Ecotourism

Telangana mountaineer conquers Mount Kilimanjaro;  displays 75-feet long Tricolor at summit- The New Indian Express

Telangana mountaineer conquers Mount Kilimanjaro; displays 75-feet long Tricolor at summit- The New Indian Express

by Express News Service HYDERABAD: Yemula Nithin, a Junior Assistant in the Information and Public Relations Department and a certified mountaineer based in Hyderabad, successfully summited the Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, on the eve of Independence Day and displayed a 75-feet long Tricolor to mark 75 years of free India. Mount Kilimanjaro …

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Rewilding, or the commodification of European landscapes

Rewilding, or the commodification of European landscapes

14.Aug August 14, 2022 From the awesome cliffs of the Portuguese Greater Côa Valley to the chilled expanse of Swedish Lapland, the age-old question ‘for love or money?’ rears its ugly and clichéd head. Known for its successful reintroduction of bison to the Transylvanian Alps, Rewilding Europe recently received a nearly €5 million grant from …

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Focus On Nature Photography – Mr Tourism Charges Photographers

Focus On Nature Photography – Mr Tourism Charges Photographers

The Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Bayelsa State Governor on Tourism, Mr. Piriye Kiyaramo August 14, (THEWILL) – The Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Governor of Bayelsa State on Tourism, Mr Piriye Kiyaramo, has joined professional photographers to focus their attention on nature photography, adding that nature is an incredibly vast and abundant …

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Community-led Action Plans benefiting 182 families, and Training on Ecotourism Products as part of the main strategies for a post-COVID recovery in Peru – Story

Community-led Action Plans benefiting 182 families, and Training on Ecotourism Products as part of the main strategies for a post-COVID recovery in Peru – Story

One of the most important phases of the project, “Sustainable Tourism and Protected Areas in a Post-COVID World” has been the development of two community-led Action Plans during March and June 2022. This participatory process allowed the 10 communities, from Amarakaeri Communal Reserve and Río Abiseo National Park, to identify a common vision linked to …

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Why Latin America Needs a Green New Deal

Why Latin America Needs a Green New Deal

Latin America is highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Changing precipitation patterns, rising temperatures and increasing frequency of extreme weather all threats to take a human toll on the region—and also an economic one. Infrastructure will be damaged, tourism reduced and agricultural productivity impacted, threatening food security and exports. Critical industries around Latin …

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Rwanda Has a New Rain Forest Park With Golden Monkeys and Endemic Birds — Here’s How to Visit Responsibly

Rwanda Has a New Rain Forest Park With Golden Monkeys and Endemic Birds — Here’s How to Visit Responsibly

Trees and fog in a forest in Rwanda Courtesy of Wilderness Safaris Gishwati Forest is part of Rwanda’s youngest national park. It is hard to imagine any greater thrill than seeing a primate in its native habitat, living by the rules of the animal kingdom. Even an environmentalist like Thierry Aimable Inzirayineza, who encounters wildlife …

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The Recorder – Charlemont officials, FRCOG collaborating on Deerfield River overcrowding solutions

The Recorder – Charlemont officials, FRCOG collaborating on Deerfield River overcrowding solutions

CHARLEMONT — The Deerfield River is a popular summertime destination for those looking to beat the heat, but can Charlemont’s services handle the crowds? According to Town Administrator Sarah Reynolds, tubing has always taken place on the Deerfield River, but it has become even more popular in recent years. This increase in traffic along with …

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Ecotourism on the Rise in Latin America

Ecotourism on the Rise in Latin America

After the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, travelers from Latin America have realized the importance of outdoor tourism and connecting with nature. As a result, ecotourism has become a highly desirable option for travelers who are now actively seeking eco-friendly experiences when planning their trips. This trend has caused many travel agencies and tour operators …

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