26% OF MARINE WASTE FOUND ON SPANISH BEACHES COMES FROM TOURISTS

Larry Brain -
It is estimated that 26% of the marine waste and debris found on the Spanish coast comes from tourist activities taking place in the beaches, according to data from the last report of the Marine Debri...

THE BEST SPOTS TO VISIT IN NEW ENGLAND

Larry Brain -
New England takes its name from its founding fathers who came from England, the Puritan Separatist Pilgrims who moved to America in 1620. ...

DIVING IN MALTA – EXPLORE THE UNDERWATER PARADISE

Nils Kraus -
Last year, Malta was voted world’s best diving location by the Dive Magazine. The islands are popular among divers especially thanks to the high visibility of the waters and rich fauna and flora. ...

TOURISM THREATENS THE CORALS OF THE RED SEA’S TURQUOISE WATERS

Denise Chen -
In the Hurghada resort, Egypt, coral reefs are disappearing as tourism bounces back. The crystal-clear turquoise waters are the home of small pink jellyfish, which surround amateur scuba divers from...

ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS MAY SERIOUSLY COMPROMISE BRAZIL’S TOURISM

Pat Hyland -
Rich in biodiversity and natural landscape, Brazil is the number one country in natural attractions in Latin America and the second in the world, according to the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Re...
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