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This year the theme is “Air Pollution”.   What causes Air Pollution? Air pollution may seem complex, but we can all do our part to reduce some of it. Understanding the different types of pollution, and how it affects our health and environment will help us take steps towards improving the air around us. What...
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Now We Children Save the World Plant-for-the-Planet plants trees and empowers children all over the world The Plant-for-the-Planet children and youth initiative was launched in January 2007. At the end of his school presentation about the current climate crisis, nine-year-old Felix Finkbeiner announced his vision to his classmates: “Let’s plant one million trees in every...
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EcoColors joins research and whale shark protection. The Whale Shark Sustainability Challenge aims to raise awareness about the wonder that is the simple fact to see these magnificent fish in their natural habitat. That is why we want you to enjoy every part of the tour since you arrive to the pier, till reaching the...
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Eco travel: It includes all the variants of ecotourism and green travel. It can deal with responsible travel, sustainable tourism, ethical tourism or culturally aware travel. It is a recreational travel to natural areas in a way that supports the environment. Anyone who prefers to travel the green way is an eco-traveler.   Do your...
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Playa Esmeralda or, as it is also known, Punta Esmeralda, is one of the beaches located in the north of Playa del Carmen coast. It is not far from the fifth avenue, as you will last only 10 minutes by car to reach this place. The best of this beach is that it is still...
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Playa Esmeralda o como se le conoce popularmente Punta Esmeralda, es de las playas más al norte de la línea de costa en la ciudad de Playa del Carmen. Está ubicada a 10 minutos en carro de la avenida quinta. Lo bueno con esta playa es que es de las playas que siguen más conservadas....
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We’re glad to share with you that every year, our general director gives a webinar about the attractions to go to the Yucatan Peninsula, such as ecotourism in the Mayan world, ecosystems in the Maya area, its infrastructure and the adventure you can get here. He will also give you some information sustainable tourism, sustainability...
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Whale Shark Season in La Paz, Baja California A little bit more than one month ago I told you about the Whale Shark Season was coming to an end. But now you will have the opportunity to swim with these gentle giants again, but in Baja California Sur.   Since we’re the pioneers of operating...
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3 weeks ago I introduced myself and told you about my first experiences with living in Cancun, Mexico as a Dutch intern. Now, after 6 weeks of working with EcoColors, I thought it was time to meet you again 🙂 At this moment, I’m over 1/4 of my internship. I’ve done a lot of new...
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If you plan a trip to Mexico this winter, you definitely have to see the Monarch Butterflies. These butterflies are very special because every year they make a massive journey to southern California and Mexico to escape the cold weather which will kill them if they tarry too long. Their journey can take up to...
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