On this Earth Day, Highlights Four international tourist destination to experience the Climate Change First Hand
Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) 22 April, 2013
Earth Day is to reflect on the health of the planet. Many tourists know that our house is in difficulty. No global dynamics is like a deep, widespread, consequential, or concerns as climate change. While everyone is aware that the dramatic weather events have occurred, or the incredible season does not show itself, climate change, travel and tour guides around the world are observing the many ongoing changes and the conclusion is global climate change and our problems inevitablethe.
permanent snowfields and glaciers on Kilimanjaro is almost gone. You can still see them and you can get caught in the dust of snow, but on sunny days there are only fragments left the ice field. TRAVEL offers three trips to Kilimanjaro, including the opportunity to see the remnants of the glacier trekking and Full Moon Ngablak Summit, Safari & Zanzibar.
glaciers in the Himalayas in Nepal is the same decline. No one predicted the snow will melt, but at the time we visited Mt. Everest Basecamp, for example, the edge of the Khumbu ice fall has failed more than a mile. A rare opportunity presents itself this November as shipments celebrate 35 years of traveling the route retracing the beginning. Staff will participate in Ann Arbor Nawang Sherpa, son of the founder Pemba Sherpa, the Everest Trek Anniversary.
high Arctic and Greenland or your guide will show unprecedented melting, sea ice decline and erode the beach. Trees and plants grow where there is snow recently. North Pole is ice-free in summer regularly and you can sail around it. Four separate travel adventure exploring Arctic landscape and threatens including Greenland Discovery Fire and Ice.
many parts of Africa, a prolonged drought is widespread in the case, along with the development of human activities, it threatens a large animal wildlife. In contrast, other areas experiencing intense, persistent, not in keeping with the rainy season, disrupting ecosystems and agricultural productivity worldwide. Still there are many animals and family can see how big game herds and culture to adapt to climate change on two special trip travel, a million animals, a large number of friends left for Kenya in August or trip to Tanzania in June or December in Caribou, Tanzania! Family Safari.
At full scale
we reduce our carbon emissions, which are largely the result of burning coal and oil. There is room for a settlement, including a carbon tax, increasing the use of renewable and nuclear energy, the simplicity of our lifestyle intensive, improving mileage and carbon sequestration investment.
As individuals, there is little we can do, except to see us change and our observations related to the skeptics who do not believe and can hinder collective action is needed to address the problem.
Travel International is the longest standing family-owned global ecotourism company in the U.S. offer full-service exotic, guided cross-cultural explorations, nature safaris, treks and eco-tours in remote corners of Asia, Africa, America and the Pacific. Founded by current directors and Joan Weber in 1978, the course has an exceptional record of customer satisfaction and industry awards. For more information, please visit: http://www.JOURNEYS.travel
Joey Lechtner, Marketing
Joey (at) travel (dot) travel
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Oak Brook, Ill. (PRWEB) June 6, 2013
Tags: Opportunity International today announced that the Caterpillar Foundation has made two recent commitment to help provide financial products and services to 16.7 million people in countries in Africa , Asia and Latin America through 2017. When combined, this investment represents the largest Caterpillar Second Chance Foundation received a commitment since it was established in 1971.??
Opportunity International is a global non-profit organization that provides financial services and training to people working their way out of poverty in 22 countries throughout the developing world. This organization will leverage Caterpillar Foundation’s commitment to offer a range of savings accounts, loans, insurance and training in poor communities. With loan payments and the multiplier effect of microfinance, this contribution will survive long after the effects of the initial investment.??
Caterpillar Foundation to focus on growth in Africa. Investing $ 10 million over the next three years, $ 2.5 million was paid in 2012, Opportunity International will help provide access to millions of small business loans, savings and financial training in nine countries in sub-Saharan Africa. The second commitment is three years, approximately $ 9200000 investment dollars. Nearly $ 3800000 grant was paid in 2012. This investment will help develop new strategies to Opportunity International Indonesia and Brazil, and the growing involvement of India, China and the Philippines. When the commitment of two fully realized in 2014, they were about $ 19.2 million.
Caterpillar is proud to support this initiative to help move the needle on poverty, said Michele Sullivan, president of the Caterpillar Foundation. I know its continued partnership with the International Opportunity to make a difference. During a recent visit to Uganda with a Chance me, I could clearly see the transformation of many lives. Sustainable impact can be seen from the tailor to get a small business loan to buy more tissue to expand and educate their children, for farmers to use the loan to increase revenue dramatically and provide better for his family. I also talked with people who have a peace of mind for the future as they take advantage of the financial offers another opportunity such as savings accounts and insurance. Our partnership with these organizations to improve lives and provide opportunities to those who need them the most.
Caterpillar Foundation has a long history of contributing to the quality of life, prosperity and sustainability of the communities they serve. Since 1994, it has supported Opportunity International in transforming millions of lives through microfinance services worldwide. This support has enabled the opportunity to create jobs, and tools to farmers to feed more people, provide vulnerable children with the hope for the future and help low-income communities thrive. Opportunity estimates that nearly 18.3 million lives will improve as a result of assistance received by the Caterpillar Foundation from 1994 to 2014, totaling nearly $ 30 million.
With almost 2.5 billion people live on less than $ 2 a day, the Caterpillar Foundation support is essential to help bring opportunity to support the power of life through financial services to the poor, including children’s education and offering financial agriculture, business and training financial literacy, which all contribute to the long-term growth family, community and country, said Vicki Escarra, CEO of Opportunity International and Global Microfinance Organizations (GMOs). We are grateful for the generosity of the Caterpillar Foundation and a commitment to reduce extreme poverty. This commitment confirms that we will continue to build positive momentum and expand our reach around the world. “
ON INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
Opportunity International provides access to savings, small business loans, insurance and training to over four million people working their way out of poverty in the developing world. Customers in more than 20 countries use financial services to start or expand a business, provide for their families, create jobs for their neighbors and build a safety system for the future. For more information, please visit opportunity.org.
FOUNDATION ON THE CATERPILLAR
Caterpillar support the humanitarian efforts of the Caterpillar Foundation. Founded in 1952, the Caterpillar Foundation has contributed more than $ 500 million to help make continued progress possible around the world by providing program support in the areas of environmental sustainability, access to education and basic human needs. To learn more about the global impact of the Caterpillar Foundation, please visit http://www.caterpillar.com/foundation.
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