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Green Thumbs Up: Sustainable fishing and the Eco-tourism industry
A multi-disciplinary team from James Cook University is working in Papua New Guinea to develop an eco-tourism industry around the Papuan Black Bass, one of the world's toughest sportsfish.
Op-Ed: It's not all bad news from Greece
Athens - Despite the crisis in Greece, there are a plethora of sustainable, ecological and ethical initiatives being offered throughout the country.
Crocodile caught in southern Philippines, to star in eco park
John Louie S. Ramos
Bunawan - After a three-week hunt, the local government of Bunawan together with expert crocodile hunters finally caught the feared 21-foot crocodile, suspected of attacking and killing a villager, who went missing last July.
Discover the wilder side of India
India is the land of magic and mysticism, religion and ruggedness, from Bollywood to the Taj Mahal. Once you've seen all the key touristic sites, it's time to return and experience the real continent.
Singapore: Garbage Island Turns Into Nature's Bounty
In Singapore, an offshore dumping ground for city waste in an ecologically sensitive area in Pulau Semakau turns into a lush green island in eight years. An 'Island of Serendipity' perhaps.
Is Ecotourism Really Eco friendly?
Ecotoursim may be more a marketing technique than an eco-benign vacation
Ecotourism a Booming Business
Ecotourism is a multi-billion dollar industry
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Travel blogger Dani Blanchette practices technique on Treetop's demo run under supervision of guide Jenna
The Papuan black bass can be found in a select area of Papua New Guinea. This man is fly fishing.
Papuan black bass are the least understood and toughest sportfishes around,.
Owner Randy Richards crosses the suspended planks, one of the many in-course challenges at Treetop Eco-Adventure Park
Travel bloggers (from left) Ian Yacobucci, Stephen Bischoff and Amanda Rodriguez pose for a photo before ziplining at Treetop Eco-Adventure Park in Durham, Ontario.
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