Tag: scientists

Kaanapali Beach in Maui compared with other dangerous beaches after deadly shark attack

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- May 27, 2019

"Aloha from the Maui Visitors Bureau. The office is now closed in observance of the holiday." This is the recording ... Read More

African Tourism Board CEO declares Africa one tourist destination

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- April 24, 2019

The newly appointed CEO for the African Tourism Board, Ms. Doris Woerfel from Pretoria, South Africa, issued her initial welcome ... Read More

eTN becomes a SUNx SDG 17 Partner calling for Climate Sanity in Tourism on Earth Day

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- April 23, 2019

In nature, nothing exists alone is the message for Earth Day 2019. Announcing the public launch of its “SDG17 Partners Program” ... Read More

‘Stable genius’ Trump to Boeing: Add ‘some great features’ & rebrand 737 MAX

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- April 15, 2019

President Trump offered some unsolicited advice to aviation giant Boeing on how to tackle the problems with its Boeing 737 ... Read More

Heathrow Airport: Calling all sustainable innovators

editor editor- March 28, 2019

Heathrow has today launched a prize worth £30,000, to be awarded to a winning idea that will help the airport ... Read More

“Plan For Our Kids” and “African Earth Lung” to launch at WTM Africa

editor editor- March 19, 2019

eTN Publisher Juergen Steinmetz talks to Professor Geoffrey Lipman Co-Founder of SUNx - STRONG Universal Network, about the development of ... Read More

US Pilots alarmed: Boeing 737 Max 8 flight manual is criminally insufficient

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- March 13, 2019

The Flight Manual for the Boeing 737 Max 8 is inadequate and almost criminally insufficient. These are the words of ... Read More

Trump: I don’t want Albert Einstein to be my pilot

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- March 12, 2019

The passenger of the world’s most-famous aircraft, US Air Force One, Donald Trump is highly concerned that the complexity of ... Read More

Dead on Ethiopian Airlines: Sarah Auffret of Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- March 12, 2019

"I believe we do our best when we enjoy what we are doing." These were the words of Sarah Auffret, a ... Read More

A Plan For Our Kids: Climate Friendly Travel

eTN Managing Editor eTN Managing Editor- March 3, 2019

Deep down, most people know, Travel & Tourism must respond to the eXistential challenge of Climate Change, must fully align ... Read More

Six Tenerife-born parrots in danger of extinction reintroduced to Brazil

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- February 26, 2019

The six specimens of Lear's Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) born in the Loro Parque Foundation's facilities and moved last August to ... Read More

Botswana proposes banning hunting and trade as elephant population declines

editor editor- February 26, 2019

The results of the recent and most extensive elephant population survey of Botswana estimates the country’s population at 126,000 elephants, ... Read More

Indian Ocean tortoise at Seychelles Aldabra atoll endangered by plastic pollution

Alain St.Ange Alain St.Ange- February 26, 2019

Seychelles Aldabra atoll tortoises are being affected by eating plastic debris. One tortoise was found with half a flip-flop in ... Read More

Hotels in ASIA ignore warning signs of environmental killers

Andrew J. Wood - eTN Thailand Andrew J. Wood - eTN Thailand- February 24, 2019

Hotel operators in Asia are neglecting public safety. Scientists and engineers have learned the truth about the industry’s apathy when ... Read More

Tourists ruining Ibiza’s famous Es Cavallet Beach with their rampant sex romps

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- January 30, 2019

Biologists and geologists are saying that randy tourists having sex on Ibiza’s most famous nudist beach are causing massive damage ... Read More

Ambassadors’ Night: Brussels appoints 18 destination ambassadors

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- January 30, 2019

Tonight, at an exclusive gala evening, visit.brussels awards the title of destination ambassador to 18 partners who greatly contributed to ... Read More

Back to school: Learning how to look good

Dr. Elinor Garely - special to eTN Dr. Elinor Garely - special to eTN- January 19, 2019

Those that ponder the importance of “beauty” should recognize that the industry is valued at billions of dollars and is ... Read More

Uganda Wildlife Authority donates relief to victims of floods and landslides at Mt. Elgon

Tony Ofungi - eTN Uganda Tony Ofungi - eTN Uganda- January 13, 2019

Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) delivered relief items worth UGX 10 Million (USD 3700) to the people who were affected by ... Read More

Want to live longer? Take a nature vacation

editor editor- January 4, 2019

Sntists have reported just recently that there is a direct link between nature vacations and a longer life. Read More

Macolline forest joins African Tourism Board

editor editor- December 21, 2018

The African Tourism Board (ATB) is pleased to announce that Macolline forest in Northeastern Madagascar has joined ATB as a member. Read More

A bat which looks like actor Lance Bass in Greater Mekong Region

Andrew J. Wood - eTN Thailand Andrew J. Wood - eTN Thailand- December 13, 2018

A bat which looks like singer/actor Lance Bass, a gibbon named for Luke Skywalker, and a toad which seems to ... Read More

India Women in Aviation International celebrates Girls in Aviation Day

editor editor- December 7, 2018

International Civil Aviation Day is to help generate and reinforce worldwide awareness of the importance of international civil aviation towards ... Read More

Scientists say they hope to clone mammoth within 6 years

editor editor- January 18, 2011

A team of scientists from Japan, Russia and the United States hopes to clone a mammoth, a symbol of Earth’s ... Read More