Ethical Travel and Empowering Women

Ethical Travel and Empowering Women

“I met Afonsia in Zambia while she was weaving this scarf, and now it keeps me warm in Melbourne’s cold climate.”   by Dr Kate Neely (Director of International Programs, RoundTrip Foundation) For info on empowering women through community development, and...
The Responsible Wildlife Traveller

The Responsible Wildlife Traveller

by Alan Murphy   No matter what corner of the globe we are in, many of us interact with animals as part of an overseas trip. And in some African countries (notably in East and Southern Africa) wildlife has become the reason for travelling to those destinations. The...
Sustainable Fishing in the Maldives

Sustainable Fishing in the Maldives

by Joanna Eames, Communications & Outreach Officer, IPNLF   With fish stocks under threat around the world, responsible fishing and sustainability within the seafood industries are critical to many local communities who rely on fish as their staple diet....
Sustainable Tourism and a Remote Island

Sustainable Tourism and a Remote Island

Following the opening of St Helena Airport, the remote island is looking for ways to boost its economy through sustainable tourism. By James Bainbridge The great primeval bulk of the Barn, part of the rocky coastline of this island formed by volcanic eruptions, towers...
Eco-Tourism in Kenya

Eco-Tourism in Kenya

by Stuart Butler First coined in the early 1980’s, the term ‘eco-tourism’ has fast become a travel industry buzz word that, like a randy rabbit, has in turn spawned numerous other offshoot buzz words that essentially mean the same thing (sustainable tourism,...
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