What can the travel industry to support the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals? Is it moving fast enough towards genuine sustainability?
Two winners will be chosen from each of ASEAN’s ten countries, with one selected as urban best practice, and the other rural.
Indigenous tourism can offer opportunities to foster reconciliation, using tourism to bridge the cultural divides and create better futures by sharing culture, knowledge and country.
The winners of the international tourism prize presented each year at ITB Berlin share their tips on how to engage local communities in sustainable tourism.
The word “experiential” sucks up an awful lot of bandwidth. That is to say, just about everything we do when we travel is an experience.
The reason for these ‘accidents’, neglect and lack of duty of care for elephants or their mahouts is often simple. It’s an issue of profit for those running elephant camps.
From game lodges to airport hotels, Soouth Africa has many accommodation providers who have implemented sustainable tourism practices in their business operations.
Practitioners, academics, current and prospective students gathered to mark ten years of Leeds Beckett’s Master’s in Responsible Tourism Management and to celebrate the difference the course has made to responsible tourism practice worldwide.
The award-winning Belgian hotel chain has developed one of the most far reaching approaches to supply chain management, and engaged staff and guests in its transformative efforts
Lending a helping hand in countries with poor health infrastructure is usually well intentioned—but it can cause serious harm
If significant gains are going to be made in developing sustainable tourism, nations must put in place systems that will contribute to ending tourism as we know it, argues Judy Kepher-Gona. Focus must shift to ethical people engagement.
Ethos Farm in the Jungle opened 3 years ago as part of a sustainable agriculture program. The purpose of the farm was to employ local farmers and support production and consumption of local food and plants at Sunset’s resorts.
Jamaica is making moves to ensure that the country’s tourism product not only generates prosperity for large hotel owners, but stimulates growth in the wider domestic economy as well
Some highlight conscious consumerism and ideas like slow travel. But in a world in which growing populations with endless consumer demands are pitted against a fragile environment, we require more concerted effort.
We asked some bloggers writing about sustainable tourism what advice they would give anyone looking to work with people like them.
If your hotel is investing in low water pressure systems, temperature control devices or green products in order to be more sustainable, don’t forget to communicate the benefits to your guests to make sure they understand why and support your efforts
Rather than viewing the Walled Off as an art installation offering political commentary, it is more useful to see it as a working hotel with a capacity for sparking political awareness.
This year, Crete’s Culinary Sanctuaries celebrates 20 years of operation. CCS is an educational programme that organises award-winning seminar series, focusing on culture, nature, sustainable organic agriculture, and traditional cuisine.