The ECOreport publishes the second part of an interview with Mike More, The Ethics of Ecotourism
(Click here for part one, What The Misty Isles Offers)
By Roy L Hales
Having served in the Arctic with the Coast Guard driven zodiacs at fast speed, Mike Moore seemed like the perfect choice to guide people in the Antarctic – only he was troubled by the emissions he would create flying to and back from his job. That was one of many challenges we discussed in the Ethics of Ecotourism.
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The ECOreport publishes the second part of an interview with Mike More, What The Misty Isles Offers
(Click here for part two, The Ethics of Ecotourism)
By Roy L Hales
A thriving ecotourism sector has grown up in the twenty years since logging ruled over British Columbia’s economy. One of the foremost voices in the Discovery Island area is Mike Moore, whose sailboat the Misty Isles has been touring these waters since 1997. This is the first program taken from a long conversation about ecotourism and what the Misty Isles offers ecotourists.
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From Ramshackle Films
Heartwood: Forest Guardians of Cortes Island” is a feature-length documentary and transmedia platform about the dynamics of forest activism, forest communities, and forest ecosystems on a pristine island off the BC coast. Cortes Island’s struggle to bring an end to industrial logging and develop a new kind of forestry economy. In production.Heartwood: Forest Guardians of Cortes Island Trailer.
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