Tag Archives: oceans
The other side of paradise. Environmental problems Bali is facing, and what can you, as a sustainable traveler do about it?
While the tourism industry is boosting the Indonesian economy, solving the arising environmental issues proves to be challenging for the island of Bali. The diverse landscape with rivers and volcanoes and the flora and fauna make the island of Bali a proper destination for some adventure. The island has marvelous beaches for surfing, snorkeling or […]Continue reading
Underwater Falls: The biggest waterfalls in the world are under the ocean
Among the most loved destinations, men have always dreamed of waterfalls. Italy’s Cascate delle Marmore, the famous Niagara Falls or the magical Angel Falls never stopped enchanting and fascinating millions of people, every day. Surprisingly, according to a recent discovery, the tallest jump is under the water’s surface: we are dealing with underwater waterfalls. We […]Continue reading
World Oceans Day: let’s save them from plastic!
Oceans cover almost three quarters of the our Earth’s surface and are home to a huge number of animals: from tiny plankton to the world’s biggest animal, the blue whale. The entire habitat is threatened by a common enemy. We are talking about plastic. The Ocean is of major importance for our ecosystem, but is also […]Continue reading
Green Sail, a project to protect our seas
Aimed at the protecting our seas, Green Sail inspires action to make a difference by encouraging recycling and environmentally friendly behaviour in tourist hotspots, marinas and ports. Partnerships for the Future Green Sail is an initiative that unites charter companies, marinas, institutions, various businesses and interested individuals committed to responsible practices in marine environments. The […]Continue reading
More plastic than fish in the sea by 2050
The numbers in the study of the MacArthur Foundation, presented at the opening of the World Economic Forum in Davos, are alarming and shocking. If nothing will change, if mankind will continue to destroy the seas of the Earth, in 2050 there will be more plastic than fish. Our plastic production does not diminish but […]Continue reading