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Power the Earthtones movement, one extraordinary journey at a time
Tourism: An Alternative to Drilling in ANWR
"While drilling would inevitably devastate Inupiaq culture,
tourism promises economic growth through its celebration of the people, scenes, and animals that make up Kaktovik."
"Here in Patagonia you see the most incredible acts of nature: jaw-dropping glaciers,
magnificent mountains and peaks, icy winds and soaring condors, flora and fauna…and it only makes you want to protect it all."
"Through our works we have launched many projects which are helping local
community get access to education, health care, and sustainable income that honors their traditional way of life."
"I started leading travel tours because of my love for my country and its
culture and my desire to share it with people from different parts of the world."
"The primary motivation to start leading tours was to enable interactions
through which perspectives can be exchanged and ideas can be shared."
"Was it my globe-trotting Danish grandparents that instilled the love of
travel in me at a very young age with the postcards, coins and stamps they sent me in all shapes and sizes?"
"We took inspiration from different experiences we personally had traveling
around the world and started creating different and new experiences from what was being offered."
"Without well-thought sustainable tourism development plan,
this millennia-long nomadic heritage might disappear in a foreseeable future."
"Traveling the wide open spaces of the American West, Canada and Alaska,
I fell in love with the sights and the wildlife."
"Keeping trips fresh and interesting for guests is a big part of the job."
"We want to show people that just outside of the crowded resorts there are
flowering pastures in the summer and virgin powder slopes in the winter leading to authentic beautiful sleepy Alpine villages."
"...it is my duty as the Peruvian proud that I am, to educate,
support and design the most unique adventures."