Gap Adventures has applauded the historic agreement made at the meeting of the UN Convention on Biodiversity to help halt the mass extinction of species.
Recent research from Projects Abroad has shown that last summer they sent over 5,000 volunteers overseas to work on a voluntary project as part of a gap year. In the UK 41 per cent of these were pre-university students and 18 per cent were undergraduates. In total 78 per cent of the total volunteers were between the ages of 16 and 24.
The world's largest independently-owned adventure tour operator applauds Fearne Cotton, Alexandra Burke, Denise Van Outen and friends for completing the Inca Trail and raising the profile of Peru.
Thomson has launched its first Greener Holidays Brochure. It includes 86 different hotels around the world that have received a Travelife Award, for their commitment to the environment, employees and local communities.
With competition for university places and graduate jobs greater than ever, differentiating yourself from the others is becoming increasingly important.
The dates for the 2010 vinspired Lake of Stars Festival are out! The award winning event will take place on the palm fringed shores of Lake Malawi October 15th – 17th.
Recent news that leading universities are vetoing gap years or capping the number of applicants who can take a year out threatens to cast a dark cloud over next week's A-Level results.
Offering a wide range of projects and travel opportunities, Inspire seeks to create a new concept in ethical and sustainable programmes to volunteer and travel abroad.
Conservancy Safaris Namibia will be helping to make history this week as up to 15 black rhino are released into the 13,500 sq km Kunene region of North West Namibia.
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has launched a series of water-themed travel packages for active, socially responsible families and the eco-consciously inclined.
A stylish new eco style self-catering property has opened in Warton Mill, Devizes, Wiltshire offering high quality accommodation that is friendly to the environment.
If Springwatch presenters Kate Humble and Chris Packham’s recent filming of the diverse environment in Norfolk has inspired you to get involved in wildlife conservation, then Biosphere Expedition taster days in the Broads may just be the thing for you.
As cruise ships get bigger and their impact on the environment is increasingly under scrutiny, Star Clippers’ full-rigged, tall ships offer a cleaner, greener way to cruise.
A new project aimed at helping protect cheetahs has been initiated in Namibia where 85 per cent of the world’s population of this big cat are located. Ordinary people can come along and help collect vital data. The project was launched by Biosphere Expeditions, an international not for profit conservation organisation.
Pioneering work by a UK based conservation organisation looks set to help start the process of getting a remote part of the planet declared a Marine Protected Area.
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