Head of the Delfa Center Tatiana Belei shares their experience in saving the dolphins in Sochi
Tatiana Belei - “Imagine that you have lived your entire life in the toilet with a bucket on your head. The dolphins in dolphinariums feel the same”
In the reserved and protected Crimea, there is a place for scientists and tourists
Wildlife activists have finally breathed a sigh of considerable relief - Andrei Borodin who was appointed director of the Federal State Budgetary Institution Zapovedny Krym (Reserved Crimea) established on February 4 by the Ministry of Natural Resources began to introduce proper order in the unique nature reserves in the Crimea
Trees for everyone - or how to address climate change
Reforest’Action, a green company inside and out, is committed to reforestation of our planet. After all, forests are the lungs of the Earth.
Gatchina Palace and Estate Museum to keep on changing for the better
Director of the Gatchina Palace and Estate Museum told about the enormous work to be done to return this unique place to the proper condition
Planting cedars all over Russia
The endeavor of enthusiastic Ivan Sanzharov can lead to a significant environmental improvement in the country
The economic challenges in Zimbabwe are discouraging locals from domestic travel
Zimbabweans want to travel, but economy is bad for domestic tourism
Leave beauty - not mountains of rubbish
Artists of the Art Eco-19-20 project intend to oppose art and enthusiasm to the environmental vandalism
Caucasian Nature Reserve: new opportunities, old problems
The Caucasian Nature Reserve attracts increasingly more visitors. Summing up the results of the past year, Sergey Shevelyov, the Head of the Caucasian Nature Reserve, talked about how they achieved profitability in this specially protected natural reservation via attracting more visitors
Belgian Wallonia: region of ecotourism
The General Commissioner of Wallonia for tourism Mrs Barbara Destrée kindly agreed to tell EcoTourism Expert about how ecotourism is developing in the French-speaking region of Belgium
Low visitors at Rhodes Nyanga Museum, a microcosm of poor tourist arrivals
Eco-Tourism Expert’s Mathew Nyaungwa, who recently travelled to Nyanga with a group of local tourists, spoke with the museum curator Marshel Nyanhanda about the state of tourism in Nyanga, which has a direct impact on their operations.

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The USA, on 15 September 2020, issued a sweeping new advisory warning against travel to mainland China and Hong Kong, citing the risk of ‘arbitrary detention’ and ‘arbitrary enforcement of local laws’
The North Caucasus regains its tourist glory