Sailing around the beauty of Croatia

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One of those secret places, unspoilt nature, lovely locals, with a European vibe is Croatia. There are more than one thousand islands to hop around on in Croatia and if you are a skipper you’ll have no trouble getting around. But there are plenty of sailing around Croatia companies who are willing and happy to make sure your trip is just about smooth sailing. Archeology Architecture Beauty Nature Travel Croatia

Next cruise around the Mediterranean, think of Croatia

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Croatia has come up time and time again. And if you look on a map, Croatia shares the same beautiful Mediterranean waters as Italy, Spain, France and Portugal. The post Next cruise around the Mediterranean, think of Croatia appeared first on Green Prophet | Impact News for the Middle East. Travel Croatia green luxury luxury travelIf you are part of the international jetset you probably already own your own yacht and can take it for a spin around the world.

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Croatia’s New Year Resolution

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While its territorial waters have always been subject to national jurisdiction, this zone extends from Croatia’s coastline to the midpoint of the Adriatic Sea. They advise that barring member countries from fishing in their waters could hurt Croatia’s candidacy to join the E.U. While Italy’s annual catch is 200,000 tonnes, Croatia takes in only 20,000 tonnes. Croatia is currently undergoing a shift in government after elections were held in November.

New Year’s resolutions for green travelers

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Africa Alaska Australia Chile Costa Rica Croatia Europe Kenya Masai Mara North America Osa Peninsula Peru South America Sweden United States Croatia truffles Great Ocean Road Green Travel News Kenai Fjords Masai Kuku Group Ranch Reuters River Klaralven Tambopata Torres del Paine PatagoniaTis the season for looking ahead to 2013. Here are eight New Year's resolutions to enrich and broaden the horizons of any green traveler.

Want to stay close to nature in Europe? Try mobi-camping!

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Costa Verde Croatia Europe France Spain best mobile home parks for Europe vacations best mobile parks for EU holidays mobi-camping top caravan rental for Europe holiday| It’s Glamping Plus | You know about glamping—luxury camping with the comforts of home. But have you heard of mobi-camping? We didn’t think so. We just coined the phase…pass it on.

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Therme Art unveils 3 urban sustainability projects at Venice Architecture Biennale

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Related: Croatia Pavilion’s Cloud Pergola is one of the world’s largest 3D-printed structures Therme Art has supported three projects at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale. Eco Green cities croatia gingko-bioworks human stefano-mancuso study

The Green Buzz: Tuesday, May 21

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Honeybees have many hidden talents, including finding unexploded mines in Croatia. Animals Environmental News The Green Buzz ARKive Bloomberg BusinessWeek Burmese Python Caribbean Croatia daily news environmental news florida green news honeybee Huffington Post leatherback sea turtles National Geographic penguin science world report sea turtle species Sea turtles, bees and tigers: it’s an animal-centric green news day!

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Boost your morning with mushroom coffee in sustainable packaging

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It all started when Stipe Rezic, a professional basketball player in Croatia, was looking for ways to enhance his physical form. Business Eco Green a-great-coffee a-little-sugar a-little-while a-local-roaster a-products-are croatia drinks energy family mushroom mushroom-cups with-the-coffee

This summer, consider sustainable seafood

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As a kid, our annual family vacation to Croatia was my favorite time of the year. Business Eco Green Recycle a-good-solution america and-drag arizona-desert croatia desert diet family-vacation free mediterranean restaurants seafood thailand tipsThis summer, consider sustainable seafood Theresa Lieb Fri, 07/23/2021 – 02:30 Summer makes me nostalgic for seafood.

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Yet another rewilding project confirmed in Scotland

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The Affric Highlands. Photo credit: Grant Willoughby. By Anders Lorenzen. In recent years the process of rewilding has emerged as not only a key climate change strategy but also one that will protect and enhance biodiversity.

The cost of climate inaction laid bare as fatal wildfires sweep Turkey

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In addition, the European Union (EU) said it had helped mobilise three fire-fighting planes, one from Croatia and two from Spain, joining teams from Russia, Iran, Ukraine and Azerbaijan. A firefighter tries to extinguish a wildfire near Marmaris in Turkey. Photo credit: Reuters / Umit Bektas.

Over 75 Nationalities Can Now Apply for an Egypt Visa Online

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Croatia. Electronic visa systems have been growing in popularity for a number of years now, as governments around the world seek to find a way to facilitate the process of streamlining application processes to encourage foreign travelers to visit their country. .

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Nike crafts official shirts of five teams at Euro 2012 using recycled plastic bottles

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Portugal, Croatia, France, Holland and Poland will all be wearing this eco friendly attire and the fabric is apparently the best in terms of comfort and ergonomics. But Croatia seems just stuck with the same design and Portugal seems very alluring indeed. B.Sameer Kumar: The Euro 2012 frenzy is starting to pick up as Poland and Ukraine are gearing up for the premier soccer tournament of the continent.

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Marine Transport – Not Always A Green Option

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The latest example is a large Turkish ship, carrying 1,000 tonnes of crude oil, off the coast of Croatia. The coast of Croatia is a popular tourist destination , and any oiling would have devastating consequences. Ironically, Croatia just declared a protected coastal zone to prevent just such an accident, as well as decreasing fishing pressure. Worldwide markets and global businesses have made the world seem smaller.

Keira Watering Can – Product Review

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Made in Croatia by Strazaplastika, a manufacturer and distributor of plastic goods with over 50 years of experience, from polypropylene. While the Kiera watering can is made from virgin plastic, as said PP, it is an easily recyclable material, does not contain BPA (generally) and being, as said, Made in Croatia instead of Made in China, as is generally the case with the great majority of plastic products, and this is already a plus point.

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Croatian Firm to Design Istanbul’s First Disaster Prevention & Education Center

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Radionika Arhitekture from Croatia won an international design competition to design Instanbul’s Disaster Prevention and Education Center, which is hoped to create more public awareness about earthquakes in particular. Radionika Arhitekture from Croatia won with this sensible low-rise program, which uses passive Arabic design and alternative energy to keep its energy footprint to a minimum.

UK opposition could doom EU efforts to curb plastic bag use

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But several countries led by the UK and Croatia are opposing EU-wide mandatory pricing or product restrictions for plastic bags.

Piki Poma’s conscious fashion line uses 100% recycled fibers

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To prevent waste, all products in the conscious fashion line are crafted by hand in Croatia in small batches, adding high quality and a custom feel to each piece. Clothing company Piki Poma’s founders, sisters Mirna Litovic and Ida Babic, both come from a fashion design background. Last year in 2020, Litovic and Babic decided to begin creating natural and eco-friendly bags, shoes and clothing made using sustainable, cutting edge materials (including 100% recycled fibers).

The state of fishing for the Mediterranean and Black Sea

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Both Tunisia (185 300 tonnes) and Croatia (74 400 tonnes) show an increase compared to 2013 (from 7 to 9 percent for Tunisia and from 3 to 6 percent for Croatia). Although the main commercial fish species in the Mediterranean and Black Sea are still over-fished, pressure has reduced over the past years, raising hopes – for the first time – for the recovery of fish stocks, according to new FAO- GFCM report launched today.

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UNESCO to Protect Olives and Turkish Coffee as Cultural Heritage

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UNESCO has recently added the rituals, knowledge, and skills associated with the food common to residents of Cyprus, Croatia, Spain, Greece, Italy, Morocco, and Portugal to its list of heritage “intangibles” that are worthy of protection. We love olive oil and hummus , but there is more to the Mediterranean diet than just food.

Europe Maintains Commitment to Ambition and Action at Recent Marrakesh Climate Talks

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TNC in Europe: Renewables in the Balkans The Štrbački buk waterfalls and the the Una River form a natural border between Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. 2016 is now set to be the warmest year on record [1]. In Europe, this observed climate change has already led to a wide range of impacts on the environment, economy and human health [2].

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Seaspiracy inspires grocery store to stop selling fish

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Estonia, Croatia, Singapore, Malta and Switzerland. “Seaspiracy” is trying to save the oceans, and the new Netflix documentary and movement is making strides. Already, it’s convinced Slowood, a grocery store in Hong Kong , to phase out the sale of fish products. The documentary is produced by Kip Anderson, who also brought the world “Cowspiracy” and “What the Health.”

10:10:10 Global Day of Doing fast approaching

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From sumo wrestlers cycling to training in Japan to 10,000 schools planting trees in Croatia and Russia. by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Epsom, UK, 09/29: 10:10:10, that is to say October 10, 2010, 10:10's Global Day of Doing fast approaching. At the time of writing it is less than a fortnight before it will be upon us. Are you ready?

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30,000 recycled water bottles make up this 3D-printed pavilion

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Related: Croatia Pavilion’s Cloud Pergola is one of the world’s largest 3D-printed structures Unveiled at this year’s ‘Art Nights’ event at the Dubai International Financial Center, the pavilion ‘s concept was inspired by autumn. Dubai-based design studio MEAN Design has unveiled an eye-catching pavilion in the front esplanade of the Dubai International Financial Center.

Sedom Mountain hides the longest salt cave in the world

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The survey team included cavers from Israel, Bulgaria, France, United Kingdom, Croatia, Romania, Germany and the Czech Republic. . Following the biblical recounting of Lot’s Wife who was turned into a pillar of salt , Israel’s Dead Sea region is now famous for another salt phenomenon: Malham Cave , the world’s longest salt cave. Get spelunking! . For thirteen years, this title was held by Iran’s Cave of the Three Nudes (3N) on Qeshm Island.

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UN Launches Climate Change Resilience Project In Western Balkans, Turkey

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In addition to Turkey, the countries set to benefit from the project are: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey, and Kosovo. The incidence and intensity of natural disasters, such as the flash floods last month that killed 12 people in Samsun, Turkey , are expected to increase as climate change intensifies.

Voracious Crabs, Jujitsu Mouse, and the Biggest Data Yet

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On the track of the world’s rarest seal in Croatia. When predators can keep this voracious purple marsh crab in check, marsh grasses stand a better chance. Photo courtesy of Mark Bertness Lab. By Marty Downs, Bob Lalasz, Matt Miller, Lisa Feldkamp and Cara Byington of the TNC Science Communications team. We find tons of cool conservation and conservation science stuff every week on the Internets — now we’re sharing some of the best with you every week in The Cooler : Biodiversity.

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Climate change has its soundtrack! Concrete organ makes music from rising seas

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Croatian architect Nicola Bašić added a sensual dimension to a waterfront promenade in Zadar, Croatia by using wave energy to create sound. His concrete “sea organ” harnesses kinetic energy from the Adriatic sea to create random – but soothing – harmonized notes. It’s a bit of a riff off Nero fiddling while Rome burns; as the “music” increases as waves intensify, this could be the soundtrack to climate change.

2015 59

Action urged after weedkiller traces found in peoples' urine

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" Urine samples were collected from volunteers in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Macedonia, Malta, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, the Netherlands and UK.

Pag Island’s All Natural Waste Wool: A Creative Eco Fashion Challenge

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The organization takes its name from the drystone building technique still used today in Croatia. Guest Post by Kristin Vukovic. Pag is a northern Croatian island made famous by its intricate handmade lace called Paška ?ipka, ipka, and Paški sir , its unique sheep’s milk cheese. The dry and craggy island of 8,000 inhabitants has a long tradition of cheese making and agriculture—and the island’s sheep play a starring role.

Will Submerged Atlantis Super Volcano Cause Giant Tsunami?

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This especially pertains to Greece, Turkey, Croatia and Montenegro, Cyprus, France, Italy; and also for countries further away. Santorini’s quaint town of Thera actually sits on rim of a super volcano. The Mediterranean Sea basin, especially that bordered by Greece, Turkey, Lebanon and Israel will soon have a new Marine Center that will help to reveal some of the secrets of this ancient and historical body of water.

2012 79

INTERVIEW: The “Man On The River” Finishes 5,200-Kilometer Journey In Istanbul

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In Croatia, mines were scattered along the shores he passed, remnants of the country’s war of independence in the 1990s. Giacomo de Stefano raises his hat as he rows into Istanbul’s Golden Horn, the final stretch of a trans-Europe experiment in sustainable travel. It shouldn’t be any surprise that a man who adopted Venice as his hometown loves to be near water.

2012 73

Butterflies or business - Europe can have both!

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The six West Balkan countries are cooperating countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. The European Environment Agency (EEA) on November 30, 2010 released its fourth Environment State and Outlook report — SOER 2010 — a comprehensive assessment of how and why Europe’s environment is changing, and what we are doing about it.

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Get Your Garden Touched by the Design-Hands of the Greatest Gardeners of our Time – Without the Expense of Meeting Them

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I enjoy it because it gives me an exciting and eclectic classroom, with students from as far afield as the US, Japan, Croatia and Holland. Critically Acclaimed Gardening Greats: John Brookes (MBE), Noel Kingsbury, & Michael King, Launch New Online Courses with MyGardenSchool to Propagate Gardening Excellence Globally.

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Shocking analysis by country of years left to zero emissions

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“Australia is committed to a greedy and inhumane course of climate exceptionalism, climate racism and climate injustice.&#. We all know that we have to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution and eventually reach zero emissions.

Island Nations can fight Climate Genocide with Carbon Debt & Carbon Credit Analysis

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At the 2011 Durban Climate Conference the US, with the help of its climate criminal lackeys Australia and Canada, again succeeded in preventing requisite international climate change action. It was reported that Island States had again pleaded with other representatives to avert “ climate genocide ” but their pleas fell on deaf ears at Durban, as at Cancun, as at Copenhagen.

Analysis by country of fossil fuel burning-based Carbon Debt and Carbon Credit

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Fossil fuel burning yielding the greenhouse gas (GHG) carbon dioxide (CO2) is a major component of man-made global warming. In relation to carbon pollution from the burning of fossil fuels, Net Carbon Debt is equal to the Historical Carbon Debt (from fossil fuel burning since the start of the Industrial Revolution in circa 1750) minus the Carbon Credit (the residual carbon pollution from fossil fuel burning permitted between now and zero emissions in 2050).

Trash Planet: Germany

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Currently, the Green Dot system is used by more than 130,000 companies in 25 European countries (20 EU members and four candidate countries – Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia, as well as Norway). by Marie Look The Trash Planet series highlights various countries around the world and how they handle their waste. Germany leads the European nations in recycling, with around 70 percent of the waste the country generates successfully recovered and reused each year.