A disaster-vulnerable and poor village in the Philippines' Bicol region is now starting on the path towards resilience, food security, and sustainable economic growth with help from these little buzzy friends.
Phuket's hotel association is starting a series of initiatives aimed at reducing the use of plastic, tackling the garbage that washes up on its shores, and educating staff, communities, and even its guests.
and Carla Archibald, Euan Ritchie, Rachel Friedman, Richard Fuller, Rochelle Steven, Tiffany Morrison –
Crowdfunding has been used to back everything from the production of homegrown inventions to charitable causes. Can collective action protect the environment where regulation is inadequate?
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Nothing completes a trip to Thailand like an elephant ride—not. Proven harmful to elephant health, such wildlife attractions are waning in popularity. Fortunately, there are kinder ways to interact with animals while on holiday.
If you're an impact investor, how can you make sure that your funding is going to those who need it? Candide Group's Morgan Simon recommends learning from activists: communicate, be purposeful and never settle.
Tourism can be a water-guzzling business, with out-of-towners consuming up to 40 per cent of a locality's water. University of Huddersfield's Brendan Canavan explains why you should leave your worries, not your good toilet habits, at home when travelling.
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The Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay is looking to build a sustainable marine community that relies on tidal power for low carbon electricity, food security from aquaculture, and eco-tourism for their livelihood. Watch the video here.