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Based on the classic, Best Dives of the Caribbean, this guide zeroes in on the best dives of Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda. It includes the latest and best dive and snorkel sites, each rated for visual excellence and marine life. The authors' knowledge of the Caribbean sites is unparalleled. From sunken planes and snorkel trails to blue holes, the best destinations beneath the waves are covered. Also included are places to stay and eat, activities and practical information for visitors. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stuart Deal. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/072077/bk_acx0_072077_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Each of the islands in this chain (Anguilla, St. Martin/Sint Maarten, Antigua, Barbuda, St. Kitts & Nevis) has its own history, culture and ecology, offering a cultural melange for those on an island-hopping vacation. Rainforest, beaches, wetlands, mangrove swamps and offshore shoals afford an unlimited variety of places in which to create your own adventure vacation. The Adventure Guide to the Leeward Islands is the ultimate resource if you're heading for some fun in the sun. Covering all the usual sites and attractions featured in other guidebooks, including historical forts, plantations and in-town places of interest, this Adventure Guide also leads you away from the tourist traps and into the heart of the island to discover hidden waterfalls, pure mountain streams and secret trails. In addition, you'll find an entire run-down on where to stay and eat, from five-star resorts to family-run B&Bs and from haute cuisine to roadside stands selling the best BBQ chicken on the island. Focusing on outdoor activities, the author recommends local tour operators and adventure outfitters, with contact names and numbers. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steve Ryan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/041068/bk_acx0_041068_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Berlitz Pocket Guide Antigua & Barbuda (Travel Guide with Free Dictionary) ab 5.49 EURO
Insight Guides Pocket Antigua & Barbuda (Travel Guide eBook) ab 5.49 EURO
The Island Hopping Digital Guide To The Leeward Islands - Part III - Antigua and Barbuda ab 9.49 EURO
'Multilateral negotiations are very complex. Issues such as peace and security, sustainable development and climate change have all proven how difficult it is to negotiate to consensus amongst the global family of nations. The Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development ushered in new policy and institutional approaches for achieving sustainable development. The three authors of this book represent the various stakeholders in the multilateral negotiation process&#8211; countries, civil society and the UN system. The authors are uniquely positioned to offer readers a better insight into how a consensus in multilateral negotiations emerge, the result of Rio+20 and the evolving global development agenda.' &#8211; H.E. Dr. John W. Ashe, Co-Chairman, Rio+20 Preparatory Committee, Permanent Representative of Antigua and Barbuda to the United Nations 'Long-term sustainability solutions can only be brokered at the international level &#8211; and a huge amount of energy and expertise has gone into those international agendas since 1972. Through the Stakeholder Forum, Felix Dodds has been at the heart of that global diplomacy for more than 20 years, allowing him and his co-authors, Liz Thompson and Jorge Laguna Celis to draw on that wealth of experience and theirs in order to map out a robust and inspiring road map for a better world.' &#8211; Jonathon Porritt, Founder Director, Forum for the Future and former Chair of Stakeholder Forum 'This is the ultimate &#8216;insider&#8217;s guide&#8217; to the Rio+20 process, taking the reader from the preliminary discussions back in 2007 all the way through the conference itself and into the future. In tabloid terminology, Felix Dodds, Jorge Laguna Celis and Liz Thompson give us &#8216;the thrills, the spills, the personalities and power-plays&#8217; that shaped the summit and its diverse outcome. Whether you regard the outcome as primarily a missed opportunity due to its fundamental incompatibility with respect for planetary boundaries and its failure to match President Lula&#8217;s pre-conference vision of an event that would lead to &#8216;a new and more balanced distribution of wealth&#8217; in the world, as I continue to do, or whether you share the authors&#8217; optimism regarding the re-moulding of international institutions and the voluntary commitments secured in Rio, this book will give you a deeper and broader understanding of why Rio reached the outcomes it did. And as it makes clear, there is still much to play for, particularly in regard of the sustainable development goals, which could yet provide impetus for a global move towards the future we both want and need.' &#8211; Richard Black, former BBC Environment Correspondent 'The Earth Summit of 1992 was a pivotal event in multilateralism; it set the world on a journey to sustainable development. In 2012 the world&#8217;s governments returned to Rio to rechart that path in the light of past successes and failures and the new challenges which lay ahead. In this book, three development practitioners conduct an interdisciplinary assessment of the outcome document of the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development, 'The Future We Want' and the post-2015 development agenda. It is a refreshing and timely contribution to the body of development literature.' &#8211; Sir Shridath Ramphal, former Commonwealth Secretary-General 'This book is a decisive contribution to a better understanding of the Rio+20 negotiations which in many ways were the genesis of the Post-2015 process. The negotiations were dauntingly complex given the range of issues covered, and this book is both timely and seminal as it will enable those who did not participate in the process, for the first time, to fully appreciate the scope of the negotiations. This will be a vital referent for the discussions under the Post-2015 process which need to be widely participatory. This book will contribute to facilitating informed and substantive participation by a wide range of stakeholders.'&#8211; Paula Caballero Gomez, Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Colombia 'The landscape of geopolitics is rapidly changing, as is our view of how we can live and prosper within the planet&#8217;s boundaries