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Sustainable Solutions to Preserving the Amazon

Sustainable Solutions to Preserving the Amazon

Emily Goodheart Kautz November 16, 2019 0

The Amazon, home to hundreds of culturally-unique indigenous groups and one-tenth of all known species on Earth, is a vital ecosystem where the interdependence of humans and nature is evident.  A steady stream of

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Creating Patagonia – How an American Couple Saved the National Parks

Creating Patagonia – How an American Couple Saved the National Parks

Courtney Nachlas November 14, 2019 0

Patagonia is known for its stunning lakes, breathtaking glaciers and adorable guanacos, but few individuals know the history behind Patagonia’s national parks. It turns out, it may have a lot more to do with

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What Makes EcoCamp Patagonia One of the Greatest Ecolodges in the World

What Makes EcoCamp Patagonia One of the Greatest Ecolodges in the World

Emily Goodheart Kautz November 9, 2019 0

While exploring the Peaks, Lakes and Glaciers of Patagonia, the highlight for many Nat Hab travelers is an eye-opening stay at an ecolodge dedicated to sustainability. Located in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile,

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Sustainable Farm Contributes to Galapagos Giant Tortoise Conservation

Sustainable Farm Contributes to Galapagos Giant Tortoise Conservation

Emily Goodheart Kautz October 31, 2019 0

Roberto Plaza is the owner of Montemar, a sustainable farm on Santa Cruz Island dedicated to Galapagos giant tortoise conservation. In 2010, Roberto and his wife, Reyna, began growing Arabic coffee on abandoned pasture

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Why Exploring Borneo Changed My Life

Why Exploring Borneo Changed My Life

Courtney Nachlas October 5, 2019 0

When I’m not assisting Natural Habitat Adventures in making our company the most sustainable, epic travel company on the planet, I am also a student pursuing my master’s degree in conservation biology. Part of

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Plastics and PCBs: Ocean Pollutants Causing Big Problems

Plastics and PCBs: Ocean Pollutants Causing Big Problems

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 27, 2019 0

More than eight million tons of plastic debris end up in our oceans every year. Present in nearly every oceanic layer, plastic garbage today accounts for nearly 80 percent of all waste found in our

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New “Ghost Forests” Are a Sign of Climate Change

New “Ghost Forests” Are a Sign of Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 20, 2019 0

Now, at the end of August, you may think that it’s about two months too early to talk about “ghost forests.” But, in fact, they have nothing to do with Halloween—and everything to do

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This Summer, Make Sure Your Sunscreen Protects Coral Reefs

This Summer, Make Sure Your Sunscreen Protects Coral Reefs

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 23, 2019 0

Ah, summer. Time to enjoy the long days of sunlight with outdoor picnics, paddling, and swims in lakes and pools. In this second season of the year, we take in lots of fresh air—and

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