Sustainability- Interpretation of a Gen-Y’er: Sustainability in practice

I am the type of person who learns more via experiences and ‘doing stuff,’ than sitting at a computer staring at a black and white screen, and constantly looking out the library window at the blazing sun counting down the assignments and exams until the summer holidays, when I am finally able to get rid […]

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Sustainability: Interpretation of a Gen-Y’er: Sustainability and our tourism

In my prior post I introduced the ‘New Zealand Tourism Strategy,’ which aims at preserving our countries 100% pure, and ‘clean green’, reputation, while transforming our tourism industry into one of sustainability by 2015 to ensure our core tourism product- our environment- is protected for future generations to experience and appreciate. To us Gen-Y’er’s, it […]

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Sustainability- Interpretation of a Gen-Y’er: Our Tourism and Sustainability

Being a student, my life consists of studying and working so I may afford to study. As most of my lectures are during the day, it requires me to look outside the typical 9-5 working day, to seemingly weird hours in order to earn my keep, and, unfortunately this has landed me behind a bar […]

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Sustainability: Interpretation of a Gen-Y’er: Our Government and Sustainability

I have been lucky enough to have been born and brought up in ‘clean green’ New Zealand; an image bestowed upon us by our overseas counterparts. Having a fitness freak of a mother I basically lived (against my will) outdoors among the bush and sand- much like a modern day Tarzan- minus the hairy chest […]

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Sustainability; Interpretted by a Gen Y’er,

In one of her debut songs, singer and songwriter Sandi Thom chants ‘Oh I wish I was a punk rocker with flowers in my hair, in ’77 and ’69 revolution was in the air, I was born to live in a world that doesn’t care, oh I wish I was a punk rocker with flowers […]

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