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It's ecotourism, but not as we know it

Jeremy Smith

5th October, 2009

Ecotourism is not simply about minimising your negative impact. There are places you can go where your presence (and money) can make a positive difference too
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Keeping CO2 emissions low in China

Ewan Kingston

6th August, 2009

Ewan journeys south through China, lapping up culture and language, but all the while aware that any train he boards is likely to be effectively coal powered. Coach is it, then... more...
The Ethical Travel Guide

The Ethical Travel Guide by Tourism Concern

Stephanie Wallis

3rd August, 2009

Can local people benefit from tourism? This guide takes you through the issues, and lists over 400 ethical holidays more...
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The Mongolian detour

Ewan Kingston

22nd July, 2009

Ewan deviates from his odyssey to check out Mongolia, and finds a friendly country full of surprises but fully in thrall to King Coal... more...
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We need to talk about... flying

Jeremy Smith

2nd July, 2009

To fly or not to fly? Jeremy Smith navigates his way through a tricky issue and finds that there isn't a simple answer more...
Ewan in Sweden

A cyclist's heaven; food for activists; public access

Ewan Kingston

25th June, 2009

Ewan continues his overland journey to New Zealand by getting a taste of Sweden - and finding something of a green utopia... more...
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Dilemma: How do you define unneccesary travel?

Matilda Lee

19th June, 2009

With plane, train and automobile emissions still increasing,
are we being honest with ourselves about how and how often we travel? Matilda Lee looks at the bare necessities of transport
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Copenhagen by camel

Ewan Kingston

19th June, 2008

What do you do if you're a homesick Kiwi stuck in Europe, who won't fly on ethical grounds? You take the long road... more...
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Sustainable travel - bons voyages?

Jeremy Smith

19th June, 2009

In the six years I spent at the Ecologist from 2001-2007, there was only one issue we really shied away from tackling properly. And that was tourism. more...
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Direct action - the winning argument?

Sarah Lewis

13th May, 2009

When a Victorian tea party took over Heathrow's Terminal 1 earlier this year, it was a clear sign that environmental campaigning had taken a large step away from time-worn methods of protesting. more...

Dan Box Blog: The nuts and bolts of travel insurance

Dan Box

12th March, 2009

Working up to his departure for the Carteret Islands to report on the world's first officially recognised climate change refugees, Dan Box considers how travel insurance takes on a whole new meaning... more...

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