New Zealand’s Indigenous ties with Malaysia is the strongest in Sabah as the people both are close in education, culture, economy and tourism bilateral ties and could work together for the benefit of indigenous people.
Three lions, two female lions and one male lion, are scheduled to start life in a new home in the Somkhanda Community Game Reserve, near Mkuze, in the north of KwaZuluNatal.
Carbon offsets are not working, according to a study by the European Commission, which allows polluters to pay others to reduce their emissions, so they can continue to pollute.
The Convention on Biological Diversity of the United Nations has chosen ‘Biodiversity and Sustainable Tourism’ as the theme for the International Day for Biological Diversity, which was celebrated on 22 May 2017.
Sunder Rang, an initiative by Chandelao Vikas Sanstha in collaboration with Basecamp Foundation of Norway, is empowering women to earn a livelihood by making and promoting traditional arts and crafts to Rajasthan.
A luxury Scottish hostel is demonstrating that being green isn’t just helping the environment, it also derives a range of business benefits from its eco-friendly measures.
The Global Destination Sustainability Index (GDS-Index) has released their first Whitepaper – “Sustainable Destination Management Trends and Insights: A Path to a Brighter Future” at IMEX Frankfurt.
Elizabeth Kolbert talked with the University of Michigan’s Erb Institute about the state of our changing climate, the challenge of finding solutions, and the degree to which she sees room for hope.
There’s no stopping the sharing economy, but organizations and government in the UK and China are working to create a safer, more responsible space that allows full advantage of its benefits through rolling out greater regulation.
Southern African country seeks to further leveraging tourist arrivals to protect its biodiversity and support community development
Asia Pacific’s greenest hotels are invited to apply for the HICAP Sustainable Hotel Awards.
Chairman, Founder and former CEO of Atlantica Hotels in Brazil, Paul has demonstrated what businesses can do to keep children safe and reduce the risks of child abuse and trafficking.
This book review of “Sustainable Tourism on a Finite Planet” helps to understand how the tourism sector works and what exactly it would take and how difficult it really is to make the tourism industry sustainable.
Fairaway Travel is looking for German-speaking Brand Ambassadors to help spread the message of responsible tourism in their key destinations.
A high-level conference on sustainable tourism took place on 8 May in Malta, bringing together policymakers and travel industry representatives to discuss the potential of the tourism sector to adopt a more sustainable approach.
Over the course of the coming year, the Adventure Travel Trade Association will release a series of short marketing reports designed to help members stay informed about the most recent and relevant industry news.
Alejandro Varela, deputy director of UNWTO Regional Programme for the Americas, praised Cuba’s work today in meeting the global objectives for the sustainable development of tourism industry.
Following the success of the first edition, the UNWTO and the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association, released today the second edition of the UNWTO Global Report on LGBT Tourism.