|Sustainable tourism||Sustainable Tourism refers to a certain level of tourism activity in a place, that can be maintained for many years in the future too. It also has to have as a result net benefit for humans and wildlife to of the area in which it takes place.|
|Climate change||Climate change is best described as a change in the usual weather found in a place. Changes can appear in how much rain or snow gets a place in a year and its distribution thru ought the year. It can be also a change in the usual temperature for a month or season.
This could be a change in Earth's usual temperature. Climate change is a relative long term process of changing the usual weather.|
|Global warming||Global warming means that the globe is heating up. The average temperatures measured on ground and in the oceans, seas are getting higher year after year. As a result glaciers are melting, heatwaves are more often encountered in various places of the planet.|
|Climate||By climate we mean the usual condition of the temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, wind, rain, snow in the same area of the planet's surface for a long period of time. Climate and weather are different. By climate we think about a long term like 30-50 years and by weather we think about the actual conditions.|
|Adaptation to climate change||Adapting to climate change means taking a series of actions of people to prepare for the short term and long term effects of climate change which are predicted to have serious impacts in the future.|
|Impacts||Impacts mean changes in people’s life. With other words we could say consequences of suffered by humans and nature from change in weather and climate. These changes can affect life, health, infrastructure, ecosystems and it’s outcome may be positive or negative.|
|Reduced Footprint||By reduced footprint we mean reducing the amount of energy you use. Not only energy in the form of heating, cooling, lighting but with less consumption of animal products or shopping locally, smart travelling, and reduce waste we can reduce the level of energy used to prepare these goods.|