Tourism Concern’s new report looks to identify best practice and provide guidelines across a range of animal-based tourism activities
First country in the world to ask visitors to sign declaration in passports to protect its environment and culture for next generation.
The Australian certification scheme is working with Argentinian wide producers to develop sustainable tourism in the regions where they operate
How should hoteliers balance their sustainability strategies and the price they charge for their rooms?
Companies have committed to end use of plastic containers, bags and other plastic disposable items in shops, bars and restaurants
This year EarthCheck celebrates 30 years of being in the business of assisting enterprises and destinations across the world to help address the twin challenges of climate change and the need to reduce their environmental footprint.
Report says evenues generated by small business enterprises are eight times higher in villages with tourism infrastructure than in those without
Coastal tourism, cycle tourism and astrotourism are key themes for the sustainability focus at the 2018 ITB in Berlin
Project will uncover “hotspots” in tourism operations across the value chain, to identify and prioritise opportunities for resource efficiencies.
We speak to one of the founders of the Seychelles Sustainable Tourism Foundation about how to ensure sustainable tourism on the Indian Ocean island.
But beneath the glamorous surface lies an environmental threat that may cause the island to face a water crisis in less than four years.
Travindy shares the stories that can transform tourism into a force for good. if you’ve a story that can help this happen, we’d love to hear from you
Villagers are protesting as they feel they are being sacrificed for the tourism industry.
Officials say tourists’ waste output is equivalent to adding 300,000 permanent residents to the country’s 866,000 population.
Extensive clearing of mangroves to build seaside resorts and restaurants, marinas and golf courses left many coastal areas barren and vulnerable to the ravages of nature, such as cyclones and storm surges.
A new report released by The Wilderness Society raises the alarm about wild lands threatened by extractive industries eager to exploit the resources on or underneath them, including oil, gas and coal.
In an effort to grow sustainable coastal and marine tourism in South Africa, its competitive advantage in nature, culture and heritage, will be leveraged – prioritising destinations rather than individual tourism projects or products.
A 40-mile stretch of the Mesoamerican coral reef off the coast of Cancun, Mexico, soon will be the first in the world with its own insurance policy, piloted by the Nature Conservancy and reinsurer Swiss Re AG.