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Green Lagoon Coron, Philippines: Guide

Green Lagoon Coron, is located minutes far from the port of Coron Island, north Palawan. How to get to the Green Lagoon Coron

Renowned as the most richly preserved city in Southeast Asia, Luang Prabang in the north of Laos is a stunning example of architectural heritage revealing the country's Colonial French past along with centuries-old Buddhist temples. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, Luang Prabang is on the map of cultural treasures. Tourism has soared and with this has come a growing need to protect not just the past but the environmental future and natural resources of this stunning landscape…

Renowned as the most richly preserved city in Southeast Asia, Luang Prabang in the north of Laos is a stunning example of architectural heritage revealing the country's Colonial French past along with centuries-old Buddhist temples. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, Luang Prabang is on the map of cultural treasures. Tourism has soared and with this has come a growing need to protect not just the past but the environmental future and natural resources of this stunning landscape…

"Resorts in the Third World have both the potential to be agents of social and economic development in less developed areas, or as a source for friction and alienation within the local economy" by Banyan Tree Founder & Executive Chairman Ho KwonPing (1992) ​"Sustainability will remain core to our business; it must as it is demanded by our guests, our associates, our business partners and we demand it of ourselves." by Ho KwonPing, Banyan Tree Holdings Sustainability Report (2014)

"Resorts in the Third World have both the potential to be agents of social and economic development in less developed areas, or as a source for friction and alienation within the local economy" by Banyan Tree Founder & Executive Chairman Ho KwonPing (1992) ​"Sustainability will remain core to our business; it must as it is demanded by our guests, our associates, our business partners and we demand it of ourselves." by Ho KwonPing, Banyan Tree Holdings Sustainability Report (2014)

Tourism in Thailand: A Swedish Hotelier’s Perspective. A true global citizen, the GM of Bangkok's renowned Rembrandt Hotel, Eric Hallin, was born in Stockholm yet grew up in Greece, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia. Educated in Sweden, France and Malawi, Eric moved to Thailand in the '70s and bought into a tour company that led him to a glittering hospitality career spanning the world from Europe to Africa and Southeast Asia.

Tourism in Thailand: A Swedish Hotelier’s Perspective. A true global citizen, the GM of Bangkok's renowned Rembrandt Hotel, Eric Hallin, was born in Stockholm yet grew up in Greece, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia. Educated in Sweden, France and Malawi, Eric moved to Thailand in the '70s and bought into a tour company that led him to a glittering hospitality career spanning the world from Europe to Africa and Southeast Asia.

Tourism Industry Invests in Thai Marine Conservation: Investments That Shape the Future Tourism and travel businesses who benefit from Thailand's natural beauty are investing in saving marine life and promoting ocean sustainability; impact investment that benefits the planet and their profits. Investors can become crowd funders for the GoGreen Credits Impact Fund and share in the profits of commercially and environmentally driven marine conservation ventures.

Tourism Industry Invests in Thai Marine Conservation: Investments That Shape the Future

Microplastics in the Ocean Outnumber the Stars in the Sky and What the United Nations Is Doing About It

article: how beach cleanups help keep microplastics out of the ocean -- beach cleanups aren't just a beautification project

Indonesia Pledges $1 Billion Towards Reducing Its Ocean Waste

Plastic rubbish dumped in the sea causes big problems for sea life, and can pollute the water we drink.

Humans Ingesting Plastic from Ocean Pollution. The earth's oceans will have more plastic than fish by 2050, and fish with plastic in their systems are at increased risk of cancer and other health problems for people.

Humans Ingesting Plastic from Ocean Pollution. The earth's oceans will have more plastic than fish by and fish with plastic in their systems are at increased risk of cancer and other health problems for people.

Plastic Bottle Island: An Eco-Architect’s Dream...Extraterrestrial intervention, a divine celestial prophecy or the manifestation of creative ecologically inspired imagination? Whatever the real story behind the creation of these islands made from plastic bottles off the coast of Mexico, it is an extraoerdinary one – a tale of an Englishman's vision to follow his destiny and potentially change the world.

Plastic Bottle Island: An Eco-Architect’s Dream

50 Shades of Green...With 1.1 billion international trips made in 2014, a statistic set to nearly double within 15 years, is ecotourism a viable reality or an idealist's dream? While the travel and tourism industry appears to have taken ecotourism on board, the true picture paints more than 50 shades of green.

With billion international trips made in a statistic set to nearly double within 15 years, is ecotourism a viable reality or an idealist's dream? While the travel and tourism industry appears to have taken ecotourism on board, the true pict

What happens when a world-leading conservationist like Max Nicholson goes on holiday to the beautiful Balearic isle of Mallorca? Fortunately for locals and nature lovers everywhere, one of the most important wetlands in the Mediterranean is rescued.

What happens when a world-leading conservationist like Max Nicholson goes on holiday to the beautiful Balearic isle of Mallorca? Fortunately for locals and nature lovers everywhere, one of the most important wetlands in the Mediterranean is rescued.

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