Tourism and nature

Rise in global sea levels could have profound consequences

Scientists believe that global sea levels could rise far more than predicted, due to accelerating melting in Greenland and Antarctica. The long-held view has been that the world

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Refund if rains

We’ve all seen it: an otherwise exceptional hotel gets a one-star Yelp or TripAdvisor rating from a grumpy guest because of bad weather.

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Single-use plastics a serious climate change hazard, study warns

The proliferation of single-use plastic around the world is accelerating climate change and should be urgently halted, a report warns.

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Where river transforms into a liquid rainbow

Visit Cano Cristales during the wet or dry seasons in Colombia, and you be forgiven for wondering what all the fuss is about. However, travel there from June to November, the

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Dramatic hiking spots in US to see bigger crowds

One of the most exclusive and dramatic hiking spots in the southwestern United States could see bigger crowds under a new proposal unveiled Wednesday. The Bureau of Land

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UK urged to spend £1 bln a year on flood defences as world warms

England must prepare for global warming of up to 4 degrees Celsius (39.2°F) that threatens to put millions of households at risk of devastating flooding, a public body warned on

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Save Nature to save ourselves, UN report pleads

Humanity is rapidly destroying the natural world upon which our prosperity -- and ultimately our survival -- depends, according to a landmark UN assessment of the state of Nature

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Exploring the new and old Vienna

Vienna is always perceived as a culturally rich city with sprawling gardens and extensive palaces; a city that is soaked in history with immaculate restoration and celebration of

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Urban air pollution to be determined with new advance technology

Advanced instrumentation and information technology may allow gauging the health risks of air pollution on an individual level, researchers have revealed in a recent

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'World heritage glaciers to be extincted by 2100'

World heritage glaciers such as the Grosser Aletschgletscher in the Swiss Alps, Khumbu Glacier in the Himalayas and Greenland's Jakobshavn Isbrae are set to disappear completely

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Balu Char in Chandpur can become an attractive tourist spot

Balu Char’, popularly known as mini-Cox’s Bazar for its sandy nature and scenic beauty’, could be turned into an attractive tourist spot by developing it with modern

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Stonehenge: DNA reveals origin of builders

The ancestors of the people who built Stonehenge travelled west across the Mediterranean before reaching Britain, a study has shown. Researchers in London compared DNA extracted

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Pace of Bering Sea changes startles scientists

The Yupik Eskimo village of Kotlik on Alaska's northwest coast relies on a cold, hard blanket of sea ice to protect homes from vicious winter Bering Sea storms. Frigid north winds

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Carrying flammable substances inside Sundarbans banned

Bangladesh has prohibited carrying any type of flammable substances inside the Sundarbans to prevent occurrences of fire at the world heritage site in summer.

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EU parliament approves ban on single use plastics

European lawmakers voted overwhelmingly Wednesday for an EU-wide ban on single-use plastic products such as the straws, cutlery and cotton buds that are clogging the world is

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Climate trouble associated with spike in energy

A 2.3 per cent jump in global energy demand last year outstripped the expansion of renewable and helped drive record-high greenhouse gas emissions, the International Energy Agency

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Bangladesh needs to find space for wildlife, says a global expert

Bangladesh, like many other countries, needs to find space for both the wildlife and its people keeping in mind that biodiversity is important for the world, says a renowned

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Honeymoon destinations for 2019 couples!

Getting married in 2019? Surely, you must be thinking a lot about your honeymoon, as in where to go, what to do, how to make the most of it. After all, it is your honeymoon! It is

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Australia is iconic Great Barrier Reef hit by polluted floodwaters

Leading scientists have expressed concern after polluted floodwaters hit an "extraordinarily large area" of the Australia's iconic Great Barrier Reef.

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The town at the centre of the world

Around 30 years ago, Jacques-Andre Istel turned to his wife, Felicia Lee, and said, “We’re going to sit in the desert and think of something to do.”

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Sorry state of parks in capital turning away visitors

The pathetic condition of parks in Dhaka is turning away people who used to frequent these places quite regularly once. After visiting some of the parks, The Independent found out

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Last 4 years hottest on record, UN confirms

The last four years were the hottest since global temperature records began, the UN confirmed Wednesday (Feb 6) in an analysis that it said was a "clear sign of continuing

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Two-thirds of Himalayan glaciers could melt, study warns

Two-thirds of Himalayan glaciers, the world is "Third Pole", could melt by 2100 if global emissions are not sharply reduced, scientists warned in a major new study issued Monday

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Discover South Korea’s food and culture

Stepping into Seoul is like taking a trip back into the past as well as peeking into the future. Even through fleeting first glimpses of this sprawling city, the juxtaposition of

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Oceans are getting louder, posing potential threats to marine life

Slow-moving, hulking ships crisscross miles of ocean in a lawn mower pattern, wielding an array of 12 to 48 air guns blasting pressurised air repeatedly into the depths of the

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Planet is top mass travel frenzy begins in China

The world is largest annual human migration-the Spring Festival travel rush-kicked off on Monday in China, with nearly 3 billion trips expected to be made in the 40 days from

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‘The Heart of Europe’ to rise off Dubai coastline

Four kilometers off the Dubai coastline lies Europe. Or a version of it, at least. Comprising six man-made islands styled after a mix of European countries and cities, when

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Winter festival cancelled for snow!

Oh, snow! A traditional winter festival in the Canadian city of Montreal was cancelled on Sunday -- because of a snowstorm.

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New York breaks tourism record in 2018

A record-breaking 65.2 million tourists visited New York in 2018, its tourist board said Wednesday, with British people particularly keen to visit the Big Apple from overseas.

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UNESCO names Rio as World Capital of Architecture for 2020

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on Friday announced that the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro will be the World Capital of

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A family ski adventure in the Himalayas

Last winter, as I was riding in a car with my family through the Kashmir Valley, the driver’s phone rang. He listened carefully before frowning.

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Colmar, an Alsatian wonderland which you must visit

One must have an acute weakness for towns or cities with canals — Amsterdam (Netherlands), Venice (Italy), Copenhagen (Denmark). But one of my all-time favourites is Colmar in

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Antarctica ice loss increases six fold since 1979: study

Global warming is melting ice in Antarctica faster than ever before -- about six times more per year now than 40 years ago -- leading to increasingly high sea levels worldwide,

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Millions of Indians begin holy dip in Kumbh Festival

Thousands of portable toilets line roads constantly swept clean, drinking water flows from newly installed taps, electric substations power a massive tent city and billboards

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From Tibet to seven dragons, Mekong Delta losing sand

In the dead of night, the entire front half of shopkeeper Ta Thi Kim Anh’s house collapsed. Perched on the sandy banks of the Mekong River, it took just a few minutes for one

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A new city break service to surprise destinations

Standing on a bridge, I am taking in the panorama of the Plaza de España in Seville. I’m in this spot because a month ago I received a cryptic postcard from a stranger

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More than half of Earth is land critically endangered: report

Only five percent of land has not been modified by humans, according to new report. More than half of the land on the Earth can be classed as critically endangered, according to

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See Venice, but pay an entry fee first

Visitors to Venice will have to pay a new tax to help cover the costs of keeping the tourist-thronged historic city clean and safe, city officials have announced. The measure,

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Oceans heating up faster than expected, set record in 2018

Scientific findings raise new concerns about the pace of climate change and its effect on marine life and sea levels. The world is oceans are heating up at an accelerating pace

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Travel tips - What you need to know before your first trip abroad

Travel is unpredictable, and sometimes that’s a good thing. You spot a humpback whale during your boat tour, for example. Other times, those unpredictable travel moments are

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Tourism sector prospects bright

With the national election over, people involved in the tourism sector have heaved a big sigh of relief. This is, after all, the peak season for tourists willing to explore the

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Venice to charge tourist entry fee

Venice has won approval to introduce an entry fee of up to €10 (£9; $11.50) for short-stay tourists.

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Dry weather with cloudy sky likely

Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD)forecasts light to moderate fog occurred at places over the country during late night to morning.

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Most expensive cities in Asia in 2018

Hong Kong has lost its number one spot in the list of most expensive cities in Asia, with Shanghai reclaiming its title this year. The Wealth Report Asia 2018, released by Swiss

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Spend the night in the world is tallest treehouses

As the sun begins to break through the darkness in Laos' Nam Kan National Park, the cries of wild, black-crested gibbons echo through the jungle air.Crawling out of our

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Australians in the north east of the country are bracing for a severe tropical cyclone

Australians in the north east of the country are bracing for a severe tropical cyclone, with authorities warning of flash flooding and destructive winds.

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Himalayan and other Asian glaciers put the brakes on

The glaciers that flank the Himalayas and other high mountains in Asia are moving slower over time.Scientists have analysed nearly 20 years of satellite images to come to this

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Lost in translation Papua New Guinea wins the language Olympics

If you are travelling to Papua New Guinea, you don't need to pack a phrasebook, you need to bring an entire library. With 841 living tongues and a colourful creole lingua franca,

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2 Bhutan hotels awarded Best Hotels in Asia

Bhutan has continually been ranked as the “happiest place on Earth”, and now the country located in the Himalayas has made it into Conde Nast Traveler’s 2018 Readers’

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Slow recycler Turkey seeks better uses for its trash

Turkish woman Tulay Gercek stands in front of a vending machine at a busy Istanbul metro station but instead of putting coins into a slot she crams plastic bottles into a

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