Rockets explode. According to the analysis of Spaceport Camden, which would be located directly across from Cumberland Island National Seashore, a rockets would explode over Cumberland once every 18 months, scattering toxins, shrapnel, and fiery debris across a wild and pristine national seashore and its campgrounds, historic structures, and sea turtles nesting habitat. Watch the video to learn more and take action here: http://bit.ly/2kGaWra #saynotospaceportcamden Georgia’s Cumberland Island National Seashore attracts 60,000 hikers and campers each year to its wild beaches, towering dunes, and old-growth forests. Now the island is at risk from becoming the first and only national park in America to be forced to have private rockets launched directly over it.
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B.C is offering up 25 parcels covering nearly 14,000 hectares in the province’s third monthly sale of Natural Gas and Petroleum rights for 2011.The sale follows two very poor revenue generating sales in January and February, which totalled just slightly more than $10 million in bonus bids.- Advertisement -That leaves this year’s total at about one third of last year’s two month total and the cash strapped provincial government, looking for help to recover from the recession, could certainly use a bigger and better sale Wednesday.It would take about a $33 million sale for this month to bring the current fiscal year total up to the 2010 calendar year total of $844 million.
Tourism is on track to reach 1980s and 1990s growth rates, according to Tourism Australia chairman Geoff Dixon.Speaking at the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia this month, Mr Dixon explained although there is a need for greater flexibility in the market and infrastructure investment, Australian tourism is “getting its mojo back”, The Brisbane Times reported.He added further stimulation would get tourism closer to its “halcyon days” and coming to terms with the high value of the Australian dollar could help find new, innovative concepts to boost the sector.”Rewards for getting this right are enormous for our economic wellbeing in general, for enabling us and our neighbours to better understand and interact with each other, and for the future employment prospects of hundreds of thousands of young Australians,” he said.Touching on the Sydney Airport debate, Mr Dixon told attendees he found the situation to be “bizarre” and believes infrastructure spend should be focused on access.”The current airport is nowhere near operating to its full potential.”At the PATA Hub City Forum in Sydney this month, tourism leaders also agreed it was time for a change at Sydney Airport.Click here for more information. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Tourism boss says we need to come to terms with the situation that is. Image: Webintravel.com