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OVER-TOURISM – Wie viele TouristInnen verträgt die Welt?
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Neues Dossier der Naturfreunde Internationale – respect erschienen.

Wien, 3. Juli 2018 

Nach Jahrzehnten des Wachstums stößt der Tourismus zunehmend an seine Grenzen: Proteste von Einheimischen, nicht mehr zu leugnende negative Auswirkungen auf die Natur und Kultur in den Tourismusregionen und rasant zunehmende Treibhausgasemissionen sind die Folge einer Tourismusentwicklung, in der Nachhaltigkeit oftmals nur als Marketingschlagwort diente. Der Begriff des „Over-Tourism“ steht den Jubelmeldungen über immer neue Tourismusrekorde gegenüber.

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Naturefriends Austria support Nepal
Key topics - Sustainable Development
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Meaningful Mountain Tours

Being strong together – this is the motto of Naturefriends Austria and „Children of the Mountain“ when they continuously work together to rebuild schools and kindergartens in the Nepalese Region Tandrang. A trekking tour marks the beginning of a new project.

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Naturefriends talk: Jacques Leton / President of Naturefriends Belgium-Wallonia (UFAN)
Projekte und Kampagnen - Naturfreunde im Gespräch
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Jacques Leton was re-elected as President of Naturefriends Belgium-Wallonia in April. He tells us about his goals for the next years and his personal motivation for his commitment.  

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„Mama Africa“ – a holiday amongst friends
Landscape of the Year - LdJ 2018/19
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© Mama Africa

About 300 km to the West from Janjanbureh, the Gambian centre of the Landscape of the Year, the participants of the “Tour d’Horizon” had a short visit with “Mama Africa” in January 2018 and quickly became friends with the Gambian artist Isha Fofana – “Mama Africa” – and her German husband Bernd Ax. ”Mama Africa” is not only an exquisite holiday resort, but also a social project.
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A SEA OF PLASTIC
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  Leave sand castles, not plastic! –  Naturefriends International gives tips to create less plastic waste in daily life and on holiday 

Vienna, June 21 2018

Ten million tons of plastic waste go into the oceans each year. Popular destinations, such as Mallorca, Turkey, Bali or the Maldives, fight against the plastic flood on their beaches. Pictures of sea animals killed by plastic waste dampen the joyful anticipation before the holiday. A big part of that plastic waste is being produced by the tourists themselves – not only sabotaging their own holiday but also damaging sensitive ecosystems. Naturefriends International launches a campaign on how to avoid plastic waste especially during the holidays.

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