Category Archives: journalism

The rare confluence of eco interest in the Sunday papers

The rare confluence of eco interest in the Sunday papers. Top of the fold environmental stories appear in today’s Review Journal and Sun. Hashtags #BasinAndRange and #SageGrouse Links reviewjournal lasvegassun Wiki basin and range sage grouse nevada wild

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WorldWide Photo Walk October 5: Sharing Space in a Sacred Place

Oaxaca de Juárez, México – Our next collaborative photography event will be the WorldWide Photo Walk in Oaxaca on October 5. We will be sharing space in sacred places, including notable churches, the Santo Tomás Xochimilco temple and jaw-dropping Santo Domingo (the … Continue reading

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Getting the Hang of the Wednesday Hangout

Wednesday Hangouts continue on Google+. We see this as a way to connect with friends passionate about local travel, responsible tourism, ecotourism and the blossoming field of conscious travel. If you missed this morning’s chat, here’s the recording of our Local Travel … Continue reading

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Hunkering Down and Bracing for Hurricane Sandy … News Coverage

As the ‘storm of the century’ approaches eastern seacoast, I am challenging you all to find the most irksome elements in the news coverage (official channels and the social web). Here’s what I’d call your attention: the difference between hunkering … Continue reading

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Biodiversity and for those following #CoP11 some Social Web Tips

Bags are packed, and I am on the road this week to CoP11, aka the Eleventh meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity, in Hyderabad, India. Talking points will focus on biodiversity. I remember … Continue reading

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Nevada Magazine: Keeping Traditions Alive

I’d like to give kudos to a fine local magazine in the United States that is making the transition from old school publishing by embracing social media and keeping traditions alive. Have a look at Nevada Magazine. First and foremost, I … Continue reading

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Tourism and Media: Taking Responsibility

Today I watched the live-streaming coverage of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Tourism and Media Conference live from Marsa Alam, Egypt. Hashtag: #tourismmedia Storify: #tourismmedia Video streaming by Ustream Kudos to the event organizers for making this conference public. I’ve long pestered tourism event … Continue reading

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