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  • With pixels and stagecraft, ‘Arctic Experience’ aims to inspire the next generation to fight Big Oil
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  • ACLU pleads with court to take Dunleavy’s veto pen
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  • It Is Not Hard To Identify Which Hospitality And Tourism Companies Are Following Responsible Strategies
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  • Billionaire Branson Gets Billions In Bonds To Launch Vegas To California Train Service
  • AOC Trivializes Alaska Governor’s Concerns About Green New Deal with Doomsday Warning
  • Aleknagik home break-in highlights lack of law enforcement in Bristol Bay
  • Cash-strapped Ambler Road project gets boost from AIDEA to complete permitting
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  • Dunleavy reaches his supporters, inside and outside Alaska, through national media outlets
  • Petersburg assembly to ask for hearing on humpback whale critical habitat
  • New UAF climate report highlights rapidly changing Alaska ecosystems
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  • Environmental group wants SEC to investigate Pebble Mine developer for insider trading
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  • ROBERT PRICE: How we can untap Bakersfield’s tourism potential | Robert Price
  • Recall moves to the fore the second day of the AFN convention in Fairbanks
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  • Public Comment Sought On Draft of Tongass-Specific Roadless Rule By MARY KAUFFMAN
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  • Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019
  • CHP investigates damage to PG&E vehicle in Northern California
  • Murkowski and Sullivan condemn Trump’s Syria decision
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  • UAA faculty group says ‘no confidence’ to UA president
  • Trump signs bill to relax air quality rule for Alaska diesel generators
  • Department of Transportation | H-1 Freeway closed nightly at the Kapolei Interchange for the week of Sunday, Oct. 6 and Sunday, Oct.13
  • Alaska Chamber hiring Vice President
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  • International Lingít Spelling Bee brings together Alaska Native language learners in Juneau
  • Alaskans see opportunities for success and failure as Permanent Fund Corporation invests in-state
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  • Rebutting Misunderstandings About Responsible Tourism
  • Colorado Tourism Industry Warming Up to Marijuana Hospitality
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  • Kensington Mine eyes federal permit for expansion
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  • 8 key takeaways for Alaska in a major new United Nations report on climate change
  • Alaska Marine Highway System, 2019 Version
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  • Hilo Crime Report: August 2019
  • Hawaii Owes $31,200 Per Taxpayer > Hawaii Free Press
  • Armenian PM meets with Lieutenant Governor of California
  • Macadamia Nut Crusted Halibut – The Alaska Life
  • Responsible Travel Is Too Necessary to Just Ignore
  • It’s Not Difficult To Identify Which Travel Companies Are Following Responsible Standards
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  • These Anchorage students skipped school to attend a climate protest. Here’s why, in their own words
  • Brother of trooper in charge of Northwest Arctic drug crimes banished from Kiana for alleged meth dealing
  • Sealaska Heritage secures federal grant for downtown arts campus
  • With Arduin out, Alaska’s budget process is about to change
  • Anchorage’s sewer system is full of debris. Now there’s a giant vacuum to clean it out
  • Scientists suspect retreating sea ice is changing the color of Alaska’s tundra
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  • In What Ways Is Ecotourism Different From Regular Travel ?
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  • Are Tours and Travel Businesses In Charge of Responsible Hospitality and Tourism or Is It Visitors?
  • ‘Spread Your Wings With Pride’: Kona Pride Weekend returns
  • Fairbanks photography conference focuses on diverse perspectives
  • US House votes to block drilling in Arctic Refuge; bill unlikely to become law
  • Below-average sea ice levels are expanding Arctic shipping options
  • In Fairbanks, some Alaskans welcome this proposed North Slope oil project. Others say ‘slow down’
  • Don’t Over-Negotiate Each Time You Purchase Something
  • In Anchorage cemetery, history gets personal
  • Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Sept. 6, 2019
  • $500,000 campaign underway for the Southeast ‘landless’ tribes
  • Alaska’s ferry system debuts a winter season with fewer trips and higher prices
  • Can rare wolves and sawmill jobs both survive on an Alaska island? A battle heats up
  • Is Ethical Hospitality and Tourism a Product of Supply or Demand?
  • Hawaii ‘Throwback Rule’ Keeps Business Out > Hawaii Free Press
  • Alaska — an ice place to visit
  • Kwethluk gets new battery storage project
  • Rebuffing False Impressions About Responsible Travel and Hospitality
  • STUDY: Hawai’i No. 2 Most Desirable State to Live in
  • Are Guides and Travel Agents Given the Task of Sustainable Tourism or Is It Tourists?
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  • Alaska AG joins Supreme Court brief saying transgender bias isn’t illegal
  • Supporting tourism and entrepreneurial spirit
  • Tourism numbers rise in Hot Springs
  • Flood Advisory in Effect for Hawai’i Island
  • Go Visit Hawaii’s 10th annual contest to predict the season’s first humpback whale sighting
  • Fourth annual Hawaii Island Festival of Birds canceled
  • Trump buying Greenland gets laughs from Danish outpost Solvang
  • Ireland takes on Hawaii as big surf capital of the world
  • Is Responsible Tourism Due to Demand or Supply?
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  • Reactions to news agency poll on TMT support as polarized as issue itself
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  • The California coast is disappearing under the rising sea: Our choices are grim
  • Iliau Trail in Waimea Canyon
  • Hawaii Congressional Delegation How They Voted August 4, 2019 > Hawaii Free Press
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  • DWS: Immediate Water Conservation Request for South Kohala
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  • Space-tourism biz Virgin Galactic goes public | News, Sports, Jobs
  • Maui wildfire grows to 10K acres; most residents return home
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  • NCAA Reform Legislation Moves Ahead Despite Warning
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  • Conquering Mistaken Beliefs About Responsible Hospitality and Tourism
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  • Historic Catholic marker deemed ‘racist symbol’ removed by University of California Santa Cruz
  • How High Are Spirits Taxes in Your State? > Hawaii Free Press
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  • The Red Arrows Preshow Check are Underway for the 2019 Great Pacific Airshow
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  • HPD Seeks Video Footage of Fatal Hit-&-Run in Kailua-Kona
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  • Las Vegas tourism agency extends funds for 2 college basketball tournaments
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  • Learn to surf Hawaii: Faith Surf School Waikiki review
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  • ADVANCED ECOTOURISM CERTIFICATION ACHIEVED BY YURAYGIR WALKING EXPERIENCES – Global Sustainable Tourism Dashboard
  • Tourists’ willingness to pay for upstream restoration and conservation measures: Journal of Sustainable Tourism: Vol 0, No 0
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  • California Senate Passes California-Armenia Trade Office Bill
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  • David Y. Ige | Attorney General 2019-25 Hawaii Attorney General Joins Coalition Suing Trump Administration to Stop Allowing Discrimination in Health Care
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  • Shawnee Forward Legislative Lunch: Lt. Gov. Pinnell talks tourism – News – The Shawnee News-Star
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  • 2nd Highest Taxes on Pass-Through Businesses > Hawaii Free Press
  • Best tacos in California? Yes, and a lot more, says city’s tourism boss | News
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  • Space tourism to be a reality any day now
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  • time for destination management instead of destination promotion — MercoPress
  • Alaska Airlines begins nonstop service between Kona and Sacramento
  • VIDEO: Kīlauea Volcano’s Earthquakes & Eruptions: April – August, 2018
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  • Legislation to Study Impacts of Sunscreen Chemicals on Coral Reefs
  • Celebrate Mom with a Magical Mother’s Day Brunch in Newport Beach
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  • Orange County made $13 billion in tourism in 2018, study says
  • Mongrel Mob’s Te Mata Peak takeover: 5 destinations where organised crime and tourism collide
  • No, Honolulu’s beaches aren’t going to disappear in 20 years > Hawaii Free Press
  • Why being a Sustainable Traveler matters in 2019?
  • How SeaLegs At The Beach Will Rock Your Summer
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  • In What Ways Is Ecotourism Not The Same As Classic Tours ?
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  • Review: Jurassic Jungle Jeep Expedition at Kualoa Ranch, Oahu
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  • Hello sustainable society: Understanding the circular economy
  • Hawaii vacation news and deals: April 23, 2019
  • It’s almost Earth Day! – PATA Sustainability & Social Responsibility
  • Hawaii cultural festivals and special events: May – August 2019
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  • The Mongolian Ministry of Environment and Tourism Joins GSTC
  • A World Class Race and Sailing Dreams
  • Kaloko Honokohau National Historical Park on Hawaii’s Big Island
  • Hawaii Tourism Authority to spend $2.5M to support Hawaii Island tourism
  • GSTC Member St. Kitts’ Sustainable Destination Council (SDC) Wins WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Destination Stewardship Award 2019
  • Easter Brunch in Huntington Beach
  • New rideshare pickup location at Honolulu airport
  • “GSTC has well-developed animal welfare activities” says a new academic journal article
  • CONGRATULATIONS TO ECO RIVER RIDES ON ACHIEVING ECOTOURISM CERTIFICATION! – Global Sustainable Tourism Dashboard
  • Dolphin Experience and Snorkeling with Ali’i Ocean Tours
  • Airport parking in Honolulu is full, travelers urged to get dropped-off
  • Review: Taste of Kualoa Farm Trolley Tour
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  • Favorite Elephant Sanctuary
  • TSA reports longer checkpoint times at airports due to staffing during the shutdown
  • Responsible Travelers and Elephants
  • Hawaiian Airlines offers business class auction upgrades
  • Hawaiian Airlines offers travel waiver for Hurricane Lane
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  • Community-based Tourism in Bolivia « Ethical Travel Guide
  • Look beyond … that glossy image and see the ‘cultural trap’! « Ethical Travel Guide
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