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How does India travel? Let us count the 94 billion ways

Bain & Company and Google India are together launching a report on “How Does India Travel.” According to the report, the Indian traveler has...

Uganda travel and trafficking

Sub-Saharan Africa has enormous tourism potential: leopards lounging in acacia trees, elephant herds drifting across vast savannah plains, gorillas and chimps rioting in deep...

Botswana proposes banning hunting and trade as elephant population declines

The results of the recent and most extensive elephant population survey of Botswana estimates the country’s population at 126,000 elephants, a further decline from...

Shocking statement by Southwest Airlines Pilots Association: A to B safely...

Today, Captain Jon Weaks, president of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association, issued a communication to the nearly 10,000 pilots represented by the association. In his...

WTACH to protect local cultures, heritage and historical sites from overtourism

World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage (WTACH) has been formed to protect local cultures, heritage and historical sites that are in peril from...

New global tourism organization launched to combat overtourism

The World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage (WTACH) has been formed to protect local cultures, heritage and historical sites that are in peril...

Benchmark to eliminate single use plastics from all 80 hotels

"I want to say one word to you. Just one word… Plastics.” Those immortal lines from The Graduate, an iconic film released in 1967,...

Tanzania withdraws CITES application to sell ivory

(eTN) - In what can only be described as a surprise move news is breaking that Tanzania’s government has withdrawn the application to CITES for the approval of the sale of 100 tons of legal ivory, w

Tanzania government angry over CITES failure

The permanent secretary in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism in Dar es Salaam has last week reacted angrily over the CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild

Tanzania and Zambia application to sell ivory rejected

It was confirmed overnight from Doha that the biannual CITES meeting has indeed rejected the sale application for ivory from Tanzania and Zambia, a move undoubtedly welcomed by the conservation frater
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