Monthly Archives: October 2010

10 Years of Rugby in Oaxaca

Who’d a thunk it? 10 years of rugby in Oaxaca, Mexico! Zinacantli Rugby Club

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biodiversity is delicious

Let’s make this simple: Biodiversity is delicious. Tourism and Biodiversity

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Use Your Senses and Go Wild over Biodiversity

The UN General Assembly declared 2010 as the International Year of Biodiversity. This week the big COP10 Summit in Japan comes to a close. It’s a shame that ‘biodiversity’ never climbed onto Twitter’s list of trending topics. Could we find … Continue reading

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Cancún climate

People are becoming more aware of the impacts of climate change where they live and where they travel. Tourism can catalyze environmental awareness via experiences that engage locals and visitors. Such education can be creative and help build alliances and … Continue reading

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upgrade

Allow me to climb onto my virtual soapbox and make the following statement: I believe that all tourism conferences should have free wi-fi and livestreaming of the event. Traditional conferencing behind closed doors in which participants read at one another … Continue reading

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