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Pictures: Cape Town going green

Western Cape
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Cape Town 120928 . City tourism hosted presenations on Table Mountain today to promote responsible tourism.   Reporter: Lisa Barbella. Pic : Jason BoudCape Town 121206 A solar panel is used in the new V&A Waterfront children's playground currently being constructed. Various business have responded to the eco-friendly "Green" trend in tourism and are using recycling, solar panels, and community initiatives to draw tourists from this market share to their areas. Picture: Gareth Smit, Reporter: LisaCape Town 121206 Bike racks are available at the V&A Waterfront to encourage commuters to use bicycles. Various business have responded to the eco-friendly "Green" trend in tourism and are using recycling, solar panels, and community initiatives to draw tourists from this market share to their areas. Picture: Gareth Smit, Reporter: LisaCape Town 121206 Lisa Cohen walks through the labyrinth at Green Point Park. Various business and municiple initiatives have responded to the eco-friendly "Green" trend in tourism and are using recycling, solar panels, and community initiatives to draw tourists from this market share to their areas. Picture: Gareth Smit, Reporter: Lisa

The tourism industry in Cape Town is going green… and making some green while they’re at it. Answering the call of tourists who want to enjoy the city’s natural beauty without damaging it, government, NGO and private initiatives that offer environmentally friendly holidays are attracting plenty of business.

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