The Stop Slavery Hotel Industry Network aims to help hotels address risks in their facilities, employment practices and supply chains.
Growing popularity of activity masks unavoidable cruelty that can’t be justified by supposed benefits to conservation of the species
How do people deal with the thought of flying less, or not at all? Rob Hopkins applies the five stages of grief to understand our addiction
Does promoting responsible tourism experiences overstate the idea that the solution to industry’s difficulties is simply travel more responsibly?
Tool helps airports assess their supply-chain security, intelligence and risk management, staff awareness, and reporting processes
Roundtable provided chance to objectively and critically “see how much progress we have made and to look forward to see how far we can go”
By running tourist businesses Sri Lanka’s military is undercutting local and foreign companies, and sowing the seeds for future violence as the Tamil minority continues to be marginalised.
New research says highlighting threats to destinations risks driving tourists to consume these disappearing tourism ‘products’ before it is too late.
Campaigners fighting development of golf course on pristine part of the Moray Firth are to launch legal challenge with crowdsourced funds.
Fundamental problems with EU policy need addressing urgently for transport policies to have any significance in efforts to mitigate climate change.
Overcrowding and Climate change are two of many challenges we face as tourism speeds up to 2 billion annual tourists spending $2 trillion yearly by 2030
Rishi Sachdev, Co-Founder of Shiva Foundation and Director of Shiva Hotels, outlines his plan to help create an industry-wide model to tackle modern slavery
What happens when the ‘wildness’ is gone? Will canned hunters or petting visitors part with their money without these attributes?
Increased popularity of marine tourism at some sites can lead to disturbance of these marine animals, which are also at risk from fishing
Chemical compounds in sunscreen lotions cause irreparable damage to reefs, crucial to the livelihoods of 500 million people in the tropics, says scientists
Hundreds of local protesters took to the waters of Venice in Italy this week, in a fight against the rising number of cruise ships
To raise awareness of the issues in Asia’s elephant tourism, a new travel guide has been released on Aug 12, World Elephant Day, calling tourists to think before they ride.
Activists have long protested against the islands for their annual mass killing of whales in a practice known as the Grind.