Marina Kelava

The hidden climate change impacts of the tourism industry

Marina Kelava
| 22nd May 2018
The carbon footprint of tourism is four times higher than previously thought according to new research. Travellers from and to the US produce the most greenhouse gasses. The findings also cast serious doubt on attempts to revive small economies by introducing more tourism. MARINA KELAVA reports

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How refugees are playing a vital role in the recycling of cycles in Zagreb

Marina Kelava
| 16th March 2018
The Croatian authorities have been strongly condemned by Amnesty International for their treatment of refugees and asylum seekers. Yet grassroots movements in Zagreb are helping those who have been displaced. MARINA KELAVA reports on one bicycle fixing project that is giving refugees a sense of purpose and an opportunity to learn about sustainability

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