Counting the elephants in Thailand

  Urbane Nomads offers elephant safaris to Thailand, which can be organized around the dates for the annual elephant polo tournament in Chiang Rai, or simply a retreat at the

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Angkor Wat sinking?

Due to the exponential increase in numbers of visitors to Angkor Wat, there have been concerns that the temples in the complex are sinking. What can you do as a

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Christi Turner

Christi Turner Christi spent five years in Madagascar working in the field of sustainable community development at both the grass-roots and programmatic levels. Living in a rural village and working in partnership

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Andavadoaka

Andavadoaka “Greetings from the southwest of Madagascar – There is a spring tide today, meaning that the high tides are at their highest and the low tides at their lowest.

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Adel Hillawi

Adel Hillawi Adel Hillawi is the Managing Director of Nature Iraq. A renowned artist, Hillawi’s abstract paintings depicting the love, life, and the pain of his brother’s loss at the

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Thesiger’s Marsh Arabs

The Marsh Arabs- Mesopotamian Marshlands Photo Credit to: Mudhafar Salim/Nature Iraq 2005 Ma’adan Marsh Arabs rely upon the Mesopotamian Marshlands of Southern Iraq for reed, fish and water buffalo in much the

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Remoteness

Remoteness Remote Places Photo on right courtesy of Michael Polizza. Related posts: No related posts.

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