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5 sustainable beaches you can’t afford to miss

In our last post, we featured the global eco-label Blue Flag programme. Operated under the auspices of the Foundation for Environmental Education, the Blue Flag voluntary eco-labels are awarded to beaches, marinas, and sustainable boating tourism operators. We now take look at some of the sustainable beaches certified by the Blue Flag label. Some of the criteria in labelling a beach …

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If you’re visting Cape Town, don’t miss the Open Streets movement

Open Streets Cape Town (OSCT). OSCT was founded in 2012 and is now a registered non-profit organization supported by the City of Cape Town, the WWF Green Trust, the Greater Tygerberg Partnership and the Millenium Trust. Open Streets is when a few times a year, on a Sunday, a stretch of road is cut off to regular motorised traffic. The main …

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‘Small changes in the way you travel can have a big impact’, Reform Travel, Sweden

Meet Hanna Anfelter, the driving force behind Reform Travel, a Swedish web magazine on Sustainable Tourism. Via Reform Travel, she aims to increase knowledge about the concept and show that just by making small changes to the way you travel you can make a big positive impact on the world. The mission is to take sustainability from niche to …

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