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March 2008

This month's theme of Ethical Travel deals with two separate subjects: the first half devoted to the thorny issue of flying and the second to the impact of tourism.

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Global gag

Global gag

Seven Dutch human rights activists face extradition to India and two years’ imprisonment for the ‘cyber crime’ of pub

Travellers' Code

A New Internationalist Travellers’ Code
Ten steps to reduce flying

Ten steps to reduce flying

Rule out commuting by air
Sir and Madam

Sir and Madam

*Barry Langridge* asks why India still depends on charities to rescue its children.

A world apart

*Maria Golia* gets a glimpse of Egypt’s high society in *Letter from Cairo*.

That sinking feeling

Islanders in Papua New Guinea made homeless by rising sea levels

Cuban futurology

by Leonardo *Padura Fuentes*
The language of human migration

The language of human migration

Word power 36 by *Mitchell* & *Richardson*
Shantanu Mukherjee

Shantanu Mukherjee

A portrait of a young sex worker in Kolkata by Indian photographer *Shantanu Mukherjee*

Another way

People on the tiny Thai island of Koh Yao Noi have adopted ‘community-based tourism’. *Marwaan Macan-Markar* asks them about...
Caught in the act

Caught in the act

The disgraceful behaviour of German car manufacturers BMW, Daimler and Porsche has won them the ‘Worst EU Lobbying’ A

Why We’re Losing The War on Terror

Why We’re Losing The War on Terror

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