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Biological Diversity Week Begins #idb2015

Earlier this year we launched a live Monday hangout starting at 830am Pacific time and it’s become part of a new tradition of talking with friends and colleagues via YouTube. This Monday was a particularly interesting chat with +Martin Hatchuel and … Continue reading

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Conversation with Willie Gordon

Following up to the post Tourism and Indigenous Australia and the Delicious Cape York Stack, I just had a skype conversation with Willie Gordon of Guurrbi Tours in Queensland, Australia. We talked about last week’s Queensland election and the complaints … Continue reading

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Consultation and Nonsultation in Cape York, Australia

One of my favorite buzzwords is ‘Nonsultation’ = A specious public consultation on decisions that have already been made. The word came to mind as I was reading the latest news from the Facebook group Cape York People United in which this … Continue reading

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Marketing Indigenous Tourism / Biodiversity Workshop: New Information and Web-based Technologies

Join us! The Marketing Indigenous Tourism / Biodiversity Workshop: New Information and Web-based Technologies takes place September 11 from 8am-5pm at the Hilton Portland. Upgrade your core skills and join the conversation about the conservation of cultural and environmental diversity … Continue reading

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Conversation with Kakadu Culture Camp – The kids make volcanoes. It’s a great example of making interpretation and Web 2.0 fun.

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Every volcanic ash cloud has a silver lining. While the recent volcanic eruption has disrupted flights to Europe — canceling my plans to attend this year’s Reisepavillon — perhaps we can make something good out of the situation. This week … Continue reading

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Winners announced for Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award!

Winners have been announced for the Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award! The competition highlights the contribution of indigenous operators to biological and cultural diversity, and comprised applicants from 10 countries around the world (Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mexico, … Continue reading

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Update: Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award

This weekend I was counting the votes for the 2010 Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award. Participating were some 14 applicants from 10 countries (Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mexico, Micronesia, New Zealand, Pakistan and Sweden). Next on the 2do … Continue reading

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Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award Update

Who should apply for the Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award? I’d say any indigenous owner of a tourism service that seeks to conserve cultural traditions and biodiversity. If you have a website at any level of development, your participation … Continue reading

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ANNOUNCEMENT Nominations are open until the end of November for the 2010 Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award The Indigenous Tourism and Biodiversity Website Award is a collaborative effort between Planeta.com <http://www.planeta.com&gt; and the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological … Continue reading

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