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Cornwall is the most popular location for second homes 23000 people in England andd Wales said they had a second home there. Read about the impact of […]

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One of the favoured haunts of Britain’s rich and famous is suffering, like the rest of the Alps, from mild weather. And with a strong Swiss franc, the […]

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Virgin Galactic Space Tourism

On October 26, 2011 By

Do billionaires have a conscience?  Bill Gates and Warren Buffet do! But our own UK billionaire Sir Richard Branson seems to have no regard for environment or the […]

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The Chinese spend most of their time cloning and reproducing different products from around the world in the huge Chinese industrial economy.  However cloning an entire village is […]

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Plans for increased tourism toSt.Helena, a remote island in the South Atlantic, is causing a split amongst the islands population. An island with no traffic and a wonderful […]

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Planet Azur in trouble

On June 4, 2011 By

  A one billion euro luxury beach resort in Morocco is in trouble as the Spanish Developers have harmed its natural ecosystem – one of […]

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Coral reefs, white sand beaches, stunning turquoise waters – and fascinating history and culture: that’s Zanzibar, one of the most desirable holiday destinations in the world. But the poor […]

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Amazon town bans tourists

On March 30, 2011 By

In a small Amazonian town wildlife prowls the surrounding jungles and indigenous inhabitants practise ceremonies that long predate the arrival of the Spanish conquistadores.  However little of […]

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