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National Geographic World Legacy Awards 2017 Interview Series
Read the interviews with the National Geographic World Legacy Awards 2017 winners and finalists, with whom we explore best practices in sustainable tourism communications and stakeholders’ engagement. The Awards were hosted in March 2017 at ITB Berlin.
Communications & Marketing
Start ups & Innovation
Alcide De Gasperi room Rue de la Loi 170
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Bali Tourism Institute (Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata (STP))
Casa dei Padri
Centro Cultural de Lagos
Chester Business School
Coin Street Conference Centre
Conference room (ground floor)
Croydon Town Hall
Dharubaaruge Convention Centre
Gedung Widyatula MICE
George Mason University
Gjøvik Vandrerhjem Hovdetun
Hof Cultural and Conference Center
Hotel Novotel München Messe
La Palm Royal Beach Hotel
Leeds Beckett University
London South Bank University
Mercure Geelong Hotel
Mississippi National River and Recreation Area
New Economics Foundation
Nusa Dua – Bali
Online - direct from Kathmandu!
PATA Engagement Hub
Radisson Blue Iveria Hotel
Responsible Travel Pavilion at PATA Travel Mart (PTM)
Rose Bowl Building
Seoul Partners House (Oct. 10
The French House
The Pinnacle Harbourfront Hotel
The Starling Geneva Hotel & Conference Center
Tourism KwaZulu Natal
TRYP València Oceanic Hotel
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco - UFPE
Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
University of Chester
University of Hawaii at Manoa
University of South Florida Patel Center for Global Solutions
The GSTC Sustainable Tourism Training Program (STTP) offers practical insights and effective steps to help you improve your sustainability practices, and an opportunity to earn GSTC Certificate in Sustainable Tourism. [...]
The GSTC Sustainable Tourism Training Program (STTP) offers practical insights and effective steps to help you improve your sustainability practices, and an opportunity to earn GSTC Certificate in Sustainable Tourism. The facilitated online training class of the STTP offers a convenient way to improve your sustainability skills in a flexible online learning environment, while at the same time learning from and interacting with GSTC experts and fellow sustainable tourism practitioners.
The 2017 Q2 class is scheduled for 3-28 April 2017 (four weeks), and is led by GSTC Trainer Dr. D’Arcy Dornan.
By completing this 4-week online training class of the STTP, you will meet the training requirement towards earning the GSTC-endorsed Certificate in Sustainable Tourism. Once you complete the class, you will have have access to the official STTP Exam, and upon successful completion, receive a Certificate in Sustainable Tourism by the GSTC to demonstrate your knowledge of sustainable tourism standards and practices.
3 (Monday) - 28 (Friday)
Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC)
The Conference aims to discuss the potential of the tourism sector to contribute to the three pillars of sustainability – economic, social and environmental. In keynote speeches and panel discussions [...]
The Conference aims to discuss the potential of the tourism sector to contribute to the three pillars of sustainability – economic, social and environmental. In keynote speeches and panel discussions the conference will look at key trends and opportunities within sustainable tourism, present case studies on sustainable tourism in practice and assess the role of EMAS and the EU Ecolabel for promoting sustainable tourism within European Union Member states. The 2017 EMAS Awards will honour registered organisations that are contributing to making the European economy more circular.
More information: https://www.euconf.eu/emas-
(Monday) 1:00 PM - 8:45 PM
Casino Maltese, 247 Republic St.
European Commission - DG Environment [email protected]
Leeds Beckett University is celebrating both ten years of delivering our MSc Responsible Tourism Management course, and the UN International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development which aims to support a [...]
Leeds Beckett University is celebrating both ten years of delivering our MSc Responsible Tourism Management course, and the UN International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development which aims to support a change in policies, business practices and consumer behaviour towards a more sustainable tourism sector.
The morning’s conference programme will focus on practical strategies for managing the interaction between tourists and local people in destinations with our keynote speakers sharing their leading practice from Australia to Myanmar. We’ll look at how innovative approaches to tour guiding, visitor management, interpretation, volunteer guidelines, participatory planning and managing hassle can create a conducive environment for positive encounters and maximising local benefit through tourism.
The afternoon is set aside for our ‘Alumni Spotlight’ where our impressive line-up of former students will share their responsible tourism ‘success stories’, ‘heroic failures’ and ‘ideas on the go’ with plenty of opportunity for audience feedback and questions.
All Day (Thursday)
Leeds Beckett University
Leeds Beckett University, Rose Bowl, Leeds City centre campus
Leeds Beckett University