Monthly Archives: November 2010

Climate for Change

This Week Tourism and Climate Change: Spotlight on Cancun (comments welcome!)

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Great Victorian Bike Ride

Victoria – The 2010 Great Victorian Bike Ride gets underway today. The route winds its way from the Murray River through the Goulburn Valley and into Marysville. The bike ride has a diverse combination of lakes, rivers, scenic roads and … Continue reading

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tamales

Tamales! Breakfast time in Oaxaca

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uglification

Oaxaca City

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local biodiversity

The UN General Assembly declared 2010 as the International Year of Biodiversity. With the official meeting concluded in Japan, the rest depends on us. My questions: What is needed to protect local biodiversity where you live? Are there local guides … Continue reading

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greenfootprints

Mexico City

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FlickrFavorites

Flickr Favorites

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Greening the Arts

Greening the Arts Originally uploaded by planeta Add this to the Climate Change Reading List Greening the Arts presents ‘thinkpieces for a zero carbon future and a survey of sustainable arts practices.’ This document maps the actions and aspirations of … Continue reading

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voluntourism

It’s time to talk honestly about volunteering and tourism. It’s time to address what we can do better and what we have done well. Can we learn from the mistakes about the mistakes made in voluntourism … mistakes made by … Continue reading

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livestreaming

Live streaming = Transferring data such that it can be processed as a steady and continuous stream – Future Tense Kudos to the organizers of yesterday’s Fringe networking meeting, some of which was webcast in real-time from London. http://www.justin.tv/widgets/archive_embed_player.swf Watch … Continue reading

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