From beach paradises and jungle adventures to thriving modern cities, Malaysia ought to be the next trip on your bucket list. In the news, Malaysia is reportedly drowning in the struggle to protect its diverse environment – a primary draw for tourists.According to the BBC, Malaysia is one of the world’s largest producers of palm … More Visiting Malaysia as an Eco-tourist
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is challenging YOU to survive the month of June without the consumption of single-use plastics. According to the MCS, plastic litter on our beaches has increased by a whopping 180% in the past 20 years. Plastic pieces are increasingly found in the stomachs of sea creatures, many of whom have … More A Month Without Single-Use Plastic: Could You Do It?
Kaziranga National Park, in the Assam province of India, is renowned for its remarkable conservation success. In fact, this UNESCO World Heritage Site has often been credited with saving the Indian rhino population from extinction. While this park is particularly famous for its rhino conservation, it is also home to sloth bears, wild elephants, swamp … More The darker side of conservation – and some solutions