Myla Tutt from Sojern speaks about the company’s CSR program, its successes, challenges, and advice for others on how and why to start a pro bono activity.
ABTA outlined 12 ‘Destinations to watch’ and key trends for the year ahead which are likely to influence holiday habits in the next 12 months.
Kate Webb, Co-Founder and Managing Director at The Responsible Safari Company explains how tourism empowers sustainable development of villages in Malawi.
We interview Jon Selig, Founder of Comedy Abroad. Jon explains how making travellers laugh can help raise funds for good causes. Jon’s unlikely comedy career began with him receiving two business degrees and selling enterprise technology. In 2011, these bad decisions caused him to have a mid-career crisis and prompted him to get onstage and tell jokes. In […]
the annual campaign’s goal is simple yet have everyone in the community ‘plant a tree – right where you are’.
Authenticitys is an online platform that is addressing the main challenges our societies have today in six dimensions: Health, Education, Environment & Resources, Equality & Freedom, Employability and Happiness.
What do Grenada, Micronesia, Mongolia, Panama, and Tuvalu have in common? All five countries are making impressive strides to conserve natural resources, support human rights and protect animals.
Awards are looking for hotels in Europe, Middle East & Africa, Asia Pacific and the Americas with best environmental and responsible initiatives
WTTC has announced 15 finalists for its 2016 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards in 5 categories; Community, Destination, Environment, Innovation and People.
People First Tourism provides an opportunity for people found at the margins of the tourism industry to obtain some extra household cash for work they enjoy
Today’s holiday brochures boast bargains like an Argos catalogue; instead of homeware and cheap electronics, we find tigers, temples and tribal villages. All are commodities, just the same
The Malaysian town of Malacca shows how gaining UNESCO World Heritage Site status is a double edged sword, boosting both conservation and visitor numbers
Tourism has added to a water crisis in the rapidly growing gateway town to Komodo National Park: Labuan Bajo
The start-up has introduced a lengthy treatise pledging a renewed spirit of cooperation with local governments
tourists should ask themselves “What about my behaviour? Is it one of mutual respect? Or am I going there to do what I want?”
The 15 finalists span 5 categories and represent some of the best examples of sustainable tourism worldwide
Green Globe has launched its new online certification system for greater management of environmental indicators, CSR activities and quality assurance.
To see the Arctic before it melted, Roy Scranton took an “adventure cruise” and learned an inconvenient truth. We can’t make it stop.