• Interview: Sudipta Kiran Sarkar

    tourism. He has been a tourism educationist since 2001 in various hospitality and tourism higher education institutions in India and Malaysia. He was involved in a number of teaching assignments on tourism in semi-rural and suburban areas of India as...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/interviews/all-interviews/910-131115-sudipta-kiran-sarkar
  • Pro-Poor Tourism Development - The case of Endogenous Tourism Project, India

    Subsequently, the Endogenous Tourism Project, a poverty reduction initiative implemented at various rural locations in India, is described. The penultimate chapter includes some critical reflections on the PPT approach. Finally, the conclusion weighs in...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/823-120504-duttagupta
  • Ecotourism in India | ECOCLUB.com

    Destination management consultant and Tour operator working towards Responsible Tourism. We specialise in tours to South India. Cardamom Club Plantation resort set in a beautiful cardamom 16-acre farm in Thekkady, adjacent to the Periyar wildlife...

    https://ecoclub.com/ecotourism/in/asia/india
  • Exploring the rich tribal cultures and nature of India's Chhattisgarh

    by Saurabh Agrawal, Chinkara Journeys The newly carved state of Chhattisgarh lies in the heart of the India and is still charting its destiny. Many pleasant surprises await the visitor, in a land where mysteries unfold at every step, where history...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/exploring-the-rich-tribal-cultures-and-nature-of-india-s-chhattisgarh
  • Mandore Guesthouse, India - ECOCLUB.com Rating

    information on the free ECOCLUB.com Rating System please see here . Name of Property (Country): "Mandore Guest House" (India) Website: http://www.mandore.com Satellite Map: Lodge Address: Dadawari Lane, Near Mandore Garden, Mandore Jodhpur 342006, India...

    https://ecoclub.com/ecotourism/rating/mandore
  • Indian Adventure Tourism Pioneer Mandip Singh Soin receives prestigious lifetime achievement award

    New Delhi, India (14 September 2012) - On the 29th of August 2012, the President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, awarded the ‘Tenzing Norgay Lifetime Achievement National Award’to Mandip Singh Soin FRGS. He is the first person in the Indian Tourism...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/861-120914-soin
  • India: Mangrove Conservation Paves the Way to a Sustainable Future

    By Malini Shankar PICHAVARAM, India, Dec 10 2014 (IPS) - When the Asian tsunami washed over several Indian Ocean Rim countries on Boxing Day 2004, it left a trail of destruction in its wake, including a death toll that touched 230,000. Millions lost...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/946-141212-mangrove-conservation-india
  • Ecolodges in Laos, Poland and India join ECOCLUB.com

    3km from the Old Town. Communal kitchen, chill-out room, free wifi. Breakfast served at the 12-meter bar. West Wind Homez (India) Traditional Keralan backwater two-room homestay, government-rated as gold class, in the model tourism village of Kumbalangi...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/369-ecolodges-in-laos-poland-and-india-join-ecoclubcom
  • A successful example of collective forest management by tribal women in India's Odisha State

    By Manipadma Jena NAYAGARH, India, Apr 30 (IPS) - Kama Pradhan, a 35-year-old tribal woman, her eyes intent on the glowing screen of a hand-held GPS device, moves quickly between the trees. Ahead of her, a group of men hastens to clear away the...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/968-150502-in
  • Survival International welcomes tourism ban in Andaman Islands tribal reserve, points out that illegal road is still open

    London UK - June 27, 2012 (Survival International Press Release) The controversial tourist resort run by Barefoot India in the Andaman Islands has been dealt a fatal blow, after India's government banned tourism businesses from operating in a buffer...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/837-120628-survival
  • Mandore Guest House, new ECOCLUB.com Ecolodge Member in Rajasthan, India

    Mandore, Rajasthan (India) & Athens, Greece (24 May 2012) - Mandore Guest House has been accepted as an ECOCLUB.com Ecolodge Member following an online rating procedure . Mandore Guest House is the third ECOCLUB.com Rated Ecolodge in India and one of...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/826-120525-mandore
  • green heart of India

    a great article by a great author, Arundhati Roy, on a relatively unknown topic, the long battle for the green heart of India, pitting corporate mining interests against tribes,and special forces against insurgents:...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/green-heart-of-india
  • real 'Avatar' tribe tries to save sacred mountain from Miners

    controversial plan to extract bauxite (Ed. surely unobtainium?) from Niyam Penu (Niyamgiri Hill) the sacred mountain of India’s Dongria Kondh tribe, that they worship as creator and sustainer, in the Indian state of Orissa. Monty Python star and travel...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/real-avatar-tribe-tries-to-save-sacred-mountain-from-miners
  • Feasibility study of responsible rural tourism development in Rajasthan, India

    to get (together with my colleague Laura Zwicknagl) the opportunity to work out a real-world feasibility study for an Indian NGO called ' End Poverty ' (EP) as part of work towards my MSc Responsible Tourism Management. Through our tutor Dr Simon...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/776-120111-schneider
  • West Wind Homez, Kerala, India - ECOCLUB.com Rating

    information on the free ECOCLUB.com Rating System please see here . Name of Property (Country): " West Wind Homez" (Kerala, India) Website: http://www.westwindhomez.com Satellite Map: Longitude - Latitude: 9.92 - 76.00 Lodge Address: Edakkatt,...

    https://ecoclub.com/ecotourism/rating/westwindhomez
  • Interview: Agha Iqrar Haroon, Honorary Head, The Region Initiative (TRI), Pakistan

    in May 2010 and today it is present in 15countries of South Asia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe (Armenia, Bangladesh, India, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Tajikistan, Russia, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Ukraine and Uzbekistan). It is...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/interviews/all-interviews/731-111019-iqrar-haroon
  • Relief Riders' Alexander Souri on his latest UN Peace award and how it all began.

    adventure travel company that organizes horseback journeys through breathtaking areas in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan, India. MBA: Adventures and humanitarianism…it's a blend we share. Where did it all begin for you Alexander? Alexander: ‘I have been...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/relief-riders-alexander-souri-on-his-latest-un-peace-award-and-how-it-all-began
  • Survival International calls for tourist boycott of main highway in Andaman Islands

    Survival International today called for tourists to boycott the main highway in India's Andaman Islands – an illegal road which cuts through the land of the endangered Jarawa tribe. The human rights NGO points out that the Andaman "Trunk Road" is both...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/692-110622-andaman
  • RE: Seeking wildlife rehab connected to lodges or ecotourism operators

    Belize: Casa Caballo Blanco http://www.casacaballoblanco.com/ Ecuador: Septimo Paraiso: http://www.septimoparaiso.com/ India: TigerTrails Jungle Lodge: http://www.tigertrails.in/ India: Forsyth Lodge: http://www.forsythlodge.com/initiatives.html Laos:...

    https://ecoclub.com/mutual-aid-forum/65-seeking-wildlife-rehab-connected-to-lodges-or-ecotourism-operators#reply-66
  • More Museums Focusing on Human Rights

    Lives" and running until April 2016, focuses on the victims of global modern-day slavery – half of whom are said to be in India, and most of whom are Dalits, or people formerly known as "untouchables". The display "provides a window into the experiences...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/973-150724-museums-human-rights
  • NGO Partnerships in Using Ecotourism for Conservation: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

    By Tania P. Romero-Brito , Ralph C. Buckley , Jason Byrne 1. Introduction The conservation of biological diversity is urgent, insufficient, and underfunded [1–12]. Practical conservation involves social as well as natural sciences, and multiple...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/1038-161214-ngo-partnerships-ecotourism-conservation
  • Interview: Joe Staiano, Ecotour Operator

    had the chance to kayak alongside resident pods of orca whales in Washington's San Juan Islands. While I absolutely love India, Nepal, Colombia and Turkey, one of my favorite places is Alaska USA, specifically, Glacier Bay National Park. Breaching...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/interviews/all-interviews/927-140430-joe-staiano
  • ECOCLUB.com Rated Ecolodges

    a basic, practical and comfortable, back to nature, eco vacation experience. Accommodation is in Bamboo Tree Houses, Carib Indian Jungle Cabins, village home stays, camping & dormitory accommodation. Live with the nature, in the heart of the forest,...

    https://ecoclub.com/ecotourism/ecolodges
  • Highlights & Testimonials | ECOCLUB.com

    official Supporter of WWF International's PowerSwitch Campaign December 2005: ECOCLUB.com Ecolodge Project in Karnataka, India successfully completed. November 2005: Mass circulation magazine Transitions Abroad (USA) requests and is granted permission...

    https://ecoclub.com/about
  • ECOCLUB.com Ecotourism Papers - Open Access

    Forest Product) Related Tourism. The Case of the Bituri Forest in Brazil. PDF 04/2005 THAMPI, Santosh Ecotourism in Kerala, India: Lessons from the Eco-Development Project in Periyar Tiger Reserve PDF 06/2005 PETROPOULOS, Antonis A Southern Perspective...

    https://ecoclub.com/education/papers
  • International Day Against Monoculture Tree Plantations

    as the 11th Meeting of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity is organized to take place in India shortly, from October 1st to 19th. Organizations as well as activists claim for the governments to put a halt on the expansion of tree...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/864-120921-wrm
  • Interview: Mark Watson, Executive Director, Tourism Concern

    Tourism Concern have just launched a ground-breaking report on Water Equity in Tourism as well as a water campaign in Goa (India). So do you believe that water equity will come about when locals get the same water-related infrastructure, facilities and...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/interviews/all-interviews/848-120803-mark-watson
  • Indian Ecotourism Pioneer Babu Varghese passes away

    Indian Ecotourism Pioneer and visionary Babu Varghese has passed away today. A statement from his company, Tourindia (Web: www.tourindiakerala.com) states: "With deep grief, we inform you that our honourable Managing Director, Mr. Babu Varghese passed...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/729-111018-babuvarghese
  • ECOCLUB.com Interviews Survival International's Miriam Ross

    working on Survival's campaigns in support of the Gana and Gwi Bushmen in Botswana, and the Jarawa of the Andaman Islands, India. She visited the Bushmen just a few months after the Botswana government evicted them from their land. In 2004, she visited...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/interviews/all-interviews/538-miriam-ross
  • Contribution of Volunteer Tourism to Organic Farms: An analysis of the WWOOF exchange in Canada

    Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United States emerged as the largest organizations by number of farms, and India is arguablythe fastest-growing by number of volunteers (see table 1.2). The WWOOF movement has been covered in journalistic publications...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/502-volunteer-tourism-organic-farms
  • Village Tourism Development & Management in Nepal: A Case Study of Sirubari Village

    and Sustainable Development, University of Oslo, Norway 1. INTRODUCTION: Nepal is a landlocked Himalayan country bordering India and China, with enormous cultural and natural diversity and tourism assets. The country has an area of 147,181 square...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/488-sirubari-village-tourism-nepal
  • The emerging global campaign against mega-resorts and real estate developments

    by two NGOs, The Tourism Investigation & Monitoring Team (tim-team) of Bangkok Thailand, and Equations of Bangalore, India. This is an evolving campaign, currently the two organisations are circulating their views and collecting endorsements. According...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/55-the-emerging-global-campaign-against-mega-resorts-and-real-estate-developments
  • RE: Best Locations for Ecotourism Jobs

    Tourism) Hubs & Destinations include the obvious/popular (Costa Rica, Belize, Mexico, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Kerala (India), Galapagos, Amazon, Pantanal (Brazil) Queensland (Australia), Seychelles) and the not so obvious (e.g. Madagascar, Greenland,...

    https://ecoclub.com/mutual-aid-forum/195-best-locations-for-ecotourism-jobs#reply-196
  • RE: Looking for examples of National Ecotourism Training Strategies

    http://www.ecotourism.org/professional-learning-series The Ecotourism Society of India organises Workshops http://www.ecotourismsocietyofindia.org/cms.asp?CatId=9 there is an Ecotourism Vocational Training Centre in Thailand:...

    https://ecoclub.com/mutual-aid-forum/58-looking-for-examples-of-national-ecotourism-training-strategies#reply-59
  • Interview Series | ECOCLUB.com

    Kelly Bricker, Director, The International Ecotourism Society, United States 05/2008 : Mr. Babu Varghese, Director, Tourindia, Kerala, India 03/2008 : Mr. Shams Uddin, Manager, Chitral Association for Mountain Area Tourism, Pakistan 03/2008 : Prof....

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/interviews
  • World Environment Day 2013

    Halkidiki Greece, the ongoing struggle of indigenous communities against oil giants in the Amazon and against bauxite in India, the growing anti-fracking movement in the United States, widening global awareness about Climate Change and its main causes (...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/world-environment-day-2013
  • Asia’s Responsible Tourism Heroes Revealed at PATA Travel Mart

    September 7, 2015 (Bangalore, INDIA) - Today Wild Asia proudly revealed the winners of the ninth Wild Asia Responsible Tourism Awards. For the first time, the announcement and celebration was held at PATA Travel Mart, this year at Bangalore, India, and...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/980-150907-in
  • UNWTO Awards for Excellence and Innovation in Tourism Finalists are Announced

    Madrid, Spain, 30 November 2016 (UNWTO): UNWTO has announced the finalists of the 13th edition of the UNWTO Awards for Excellence and Innovation in Tourism. The 12 finalists were selected among 139 applicants from 55 countries. The winners will be...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/1037-161201-unwto
  • On the Great Himalayan Trail – new trekking route set to open up a whole new world.

    way through 4500kms of the world’s highest peaks and most remote communities, it links five Asian countries: Bhutan, China, India, Nepal and Pakistan. We catch up with some of the trail blazers behind early...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/on-the-great-himalayan-trail-new-trekking-route-set-to-open-up-a-whole-new-world
  • How going shopping can help save the world

    own sustainable futures through tourism. Such projects include; Community Initiatives in Malawi Homestays in Mineral Spring, India Traditional Farming of Motag, Phillipines Food security and Agricultural Development in Yachana, Ecuadorian Amazon The one...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/how-going-shopping-can-help-save-the-world
  • Bringing the World to San Francisco

    Aruba, Austria, Belgium, California, Cambodia, Canada, China, Dubai, Ecuador, Egypt, Fiji, Florida, Germany, Hawaii, India, Israel, Jamaica, Korea, Mexico, Nepal, Norway, Peru, Romania, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda, USA, Vietnam, West...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/120803-san-francisco
  • Slum-Tourism: The Human Zoo?

    London’s East End to witness the living conditions of the poor. A century or so later and slum tours were being offered in India, Africa and Brazil. Now the idea has spread all over the world. UN-Habitat define slums as urban areas that lack one or more...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/slum-tourism-the-human-zoo
  • Tourism Concern petition against water waste by luxury resorts in Goa

    London UK, Jun 20, 2012 - Tourism Concern, the Council for Social Justice and Peace (CSJP) and Eco Footprints are demanding urgent action by the Goan government to address the overexploitation of Goa's water resources by growing numbers of resorts and...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/835-120621-goa
  • Nepal: Progress in Tiger Conservation and Community Forestry in Chitwan National Park

    flock of the endangered lesser adjutant stork flies over the historic Narayani River, a left bank tributary of the Ganges in India, this correspondent's 65-year-old forest guide Jiyana Mahato asks for complete silence: this is the time of day when wild...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/964-nepal-progress-in-tiger-conservation-and-community-forestry-in-chitwan-national-park
  • New international "Tourism Advocacy and Action Forum" aims to promote human rights in Tourism

    Rodrigo Ruiz Rubio (Programa Vichama, Peru) and Ranjan Solomon (Alternatives-Badayl-Centre for Responsible Tourism Goa, India). TAAF also issued its first statement which you may find below: " TOURISM ADVOCACY AND ACTION FORUM - ISTANBUL STATEMENT -...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/936-140918-tourism-advocacy-action-forum
  • Tourism pressures on the old town of Lijiang, Yunnan, China

    About the Author A long time student of Eurasian history, cultures and languages and a committed traveller of various destinations along this vast continent. Worked for a few years in the field of independent tourism and came to acknowledge the...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/975-150822-lijiang-china
  • Tackling Tourism Waste in Phong Nha Village, Vietnam

    plenty of beaches along the Vietnamese coast. The same is apparent in many other popular tourism destinations such as Goa, India, and Bali, Indonesia. The manual press machine limits itself to building blocks, however reusing non-recycled waste in...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/928-140509-mills
  • Interview: Agata Zborowska, Manager, Tourism for Tomorrow Awards

    " I personally do not think that you can have sustainability without equality " Agata Zborowska has over 10 years’ experience in variety of roles in Travel & Tourism sector and has worked with both small and large organisations in the UK and...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/interviews/all-interviews/993-151124-interview-agata-zborowska
  • Protected Area Tourism and Regional Economic Impact - The Case of Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal

    Luger, K (editors): Sustainability in mountain tourism perspective for the Himalayan countries, 47-69. Book faith New Delhi/ India and Studienverlag Innsbruck/Vienna. Shrestha, B. 1996. Park people conflict around the Royal Chitwan National Park....

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/933-140711-annapurna
  • Converting Antarctica Tourists to Conservation Ambassadors

    countries know can afford not to break the environment to the extent that they did 30-4-50 years ago, some countries, China, India don't have that luxury yet and maybe don't care, but I think ultimately, at the end of the day, we got to stop or there's...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/909-converting-antarctica-tourists-to-conservation-ambassadors
  • Review of Peace Through Tourism

    Peace Through Tourism - Promoting human security through international citizenship Edited by Lynda-ann Blanchard and Freya Higgins-Desbiolles Routledge , ISBN 978-0-415-82463-7, April 2013 – 276 pages There are some fundamental contradictions in the...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reviews/898-130924-peace-through-tourism
  • Review of Tourism, Climate Change and Sustainability

    Tourism, Climate Change & Sustainability Edited by Maharaj Vijay Reddy and Keith Wilkes. Routledge , ISBN: 978-1-84971-422-8, September 2012 - 284 pages This volume, edited by Bournemouth University’s Maharaj Vijay Reddy and Keith Wilkes, was written...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reviews/884-130425-tourism-climate-change
  • Ecotourism in Pakistan - Members of ECOCLUB.com

    offers a wide range of all-inclusive travel services and arrange extensions and combination treks and tours in Tibet, China, India, Central Asia and Iran. ECOCLUB.com Interviews: Agha Iqrar Haroon Honorary Head, The Region Initiative (TRI), Pakistan...

    https://ecoclub.com/ecotourism/in/asia/pakistan
  • Ecotourism in the United States | ECOCLUB.com

    experience specifically targeted at Responsible, Sustainable, Ecotourism and Adventure Travel niches. Tours in Nepal, India, Turkey, Colombia, Mexico, Israel & Palestine and other places address and lend financial support to global development issues....

    https://ecoclub.com/ecotourism/in/north-america/unitedstates
  • New study predicts annual coral bleaching on all of the world's coral reefs due to climate change

    5 January 2017 (UNEP) - New climate model projections of the world's coral reefs reveal which reefs will be hit first by annual coral bleaching, an event that poses the gravest threat to one of the Earth's most important ecosystems. These...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/1043-170106-coral-bleaching
  • Book Review: "Sustainable Tourism on a Finite Planet"

    Sustainable Tourism on a Finite Planet. Environmental, Business and Policy Solutions. Author: Megan Epler Wood Routledge , ISBN 978-1-138-21761-4, January 2017, Hardback/Paperback/E-book, 327 pages. If you were elected to public office and suddenly...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reviews/1080-170515-review-sustainable-tourism-finite-planet
  • Fmr Guyana President Jagdeo to keynote 13th Annual Caribbean Conference, 15-18 April, Guyana

    was conferred with an Honorary Doctorate in Philosophy by the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) University in New Delhi, India. He was presented with the honour by Dr. R.K Pachauri, the Chairman of the IntergovernmentalPanel on Climate Change (IPCC)...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/789-120224-henry
  • Interview: Freya Higgins-Desbiolles, Senior Lecturer, University of South Australia

    the way you think! A Wikileaks for tourism is a great idea. We in fact do have grassroots organizations such as Equations in India working to expose the human rights issues in tourism. However, the question is: are we interested in accessing thevaluable...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/interviews/all-interviews/781-120131-higginsdesbiolles
  • Interview: Raoul Bianchi, Principal Lecturer in Tourism & Leisure, University of East London

    in tourism services with an emphasis on sustainability and poverty alleviation. However, as evidence from places such as India demonstrate, the rapid liberalization of domestic tourism sectors, for the purposes of 'improving competitiveness', may lead...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/interviews/all-interviews/702-raoul-bianchi
  • Samhitakasha, South Africa - ECOCLUB.com Rating

    to keep them away, and no problems have been reported by guests as yet. Ants are repelled with use of tumeric lines as in India, other scavengers are kept away by clean habits in kitchen etc! 3k. Energy Sources, Use & Saving Measures: Solar water heater...

    https://ecoclub.com/ecotourism/rating/samhitakasha
  • ECOCLUB.com Awards 2010: Project D - Red Panda Network, Nepal

    has just initiated tourism and not wide circulated so the project is necessary. The visitors that had visited were from India, Hong Kong, U.S. and domestic. Community Forest is that patch of national forest handed over to the nearby community after...

    https://ecoclub.com/about/projects/2010/redpanda
  • ECOCLUB.com News - June 2010

    Members Only - Link New Ecolodge Members: Zen Namkhan Resort (Laos) Wilson Hostel Warzawa (Poland) West Wind Homez (Kerala, India) Mambo View Point (Tanzania) Articles A Practical Solar Energy Guide for Ecolodges by Herman Erdtsieck Ecotourism in Papua:...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/382-ecoclubcom-news-june-2010
  • Dominica: First ever Dominica International EcoFest a resounding success

    heard enlightening presentations from a massive range of Dominica experts and stakeholders, as well as representatives from India and McGill University in Canada on BioGas, Barbados on Biodiesel, and Greece from Ecoclub, the international ecotourism...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/63-dominica-first-ever-dominica-international-ecofest-a-resounding-success
  • Voting now open for the 4th ECOCLUB.com Earth Day Photo Essay Competition

    environmental crisis on Ecotourism. The candidates submitted photo essays from Ecuador, Cambodia, Mongolia, Pakistan, Cuba, India, Indonesia and Thailand which illustrates how Ecotourism practitioners approach the current global economic crisis and shed...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/46-voting-now-open-for-the-4th-ecoclubcom-earth-day-photo-essay-competition
  • Sri Lanka: Tree Tops Jungle Lodge wins Responsible Tourism Award

    a diverse group of tourism operators from Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Laos, the Maldives, Sri Lanka and India. Wild Asia organized various learning seminars attended by pioneers of Asian nature conservation and leaders in ecotourism...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/32-sri-lanka-tree-tops-jungle-lodge-wins-responsible-tourism-award
  • Global Trends on responsible travel in 2012 for French tourists

    Survey – Global Trends on responsible travel in 2012 for French tourists Which trendy destinations? What kind of activities? What kind of lodging? ----------- The French association Acteurs du Tourisme Durable (ATD) , gathering the majority of French...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/global-trends-on-responsible-travel-in-2012-for-french-tourists
  • The Last Bath...."The Game Of Death"

    Now a days an Evil game going with our waters Fresh& Sea, so many youngsters lost their life in fresh and sea waters of Kerala at bathing to a LAST BATH . Our Fresh water rivers became very dangerous due to exploitation of river sand for construction...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/the-last-bathqthe-game-of-deathq
  • Ecotourism Then & Now; Business Pioneers Forge Green Tourism Models

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Business Pioneers Forge Green Tourism Models Ecotourism 20 Years Ago Ecotourism entrepreneurs grafted their own interest in wildlife and ecology to the growing market for specialty travel, and tapped a...

    https://ecoclub.com/blogs/ecotourism-then-a-now-business-pioneers-forge-green-tourism-models
  • Chile: Altiplano Region Needs Sustainable Tourism

    By Marianela Jarroud SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA, Chile, Sep 22 (IPS) - Chile's Altiplano or high plateau region, pounded by the sun of the Atacama desert, the driest place in the world, is home to dozens of indigenous communities struggling for subsistence...

    https://ecoclub.com/headlines/reports/982-150924-chile-altiplano-tourism

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