Graham Land

Graham Land

Graham Land grew up in the suburbs of Washington, DC, where he was part of the local hardcore punk scene, playing in several bands. In 2000 he relocated to Europe, earning an MA in History from Malmö University in Sweden. He has also lived in Japan, Ireland, Portugal and the UK. Graham writes on environment issues for Asian Correspondent and GreenFudge.

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Bhutan: A trekker’s paradise

BHUTAN – A Buddhist kingdom in the Himalayas, home to nearly 743,000 people and a government that prefers to measure Gross National Happiness (GNH) instead of GDP. Once largely closed to tourism,...

Destination: Eco-tourism in Hokkaido

A WHILE ago I profiled Okinawa, Japan’s southernmost outpost with its beautiful beaches, tropical rainforests and fantastic diving locations. Though Japan’s southern outpost is home to what many consider to...

5 best kitesurfing spots in Asia

KITESURFING, or kiteboarding, took off as a sport towards the end of the ’90s. Though considered an “extreme sport” due to its speed and sheer thrill factor, kitesurfing has established...

Destination: Sri Lanka – A post-war eco-paradise?

FROM ancient cities to colonial towns to world-class surf spots, Sri Lanka is emerging as a choice destination for nature and culture oriented travellers in search of something a bit...

Bohol – Philippines’ prime eco-tourism spot

BOHOL province in the Philippines encompasses the main island of Bohol plus 75 surrounding islands. These many islands with their white sand beaches, coves, excellent diving spots and lush tropical...