ATCF members include adventure and outdoor organizations that have come together to protect international travel destinations.
The NGO, which partners with the Good Hotel, is looking for someone to take responsibility for all their activities in Guatemala
Conference on Sustainable Tourism in Small Island Developing States saw delegates explore how sustainable tourism can support their island needs
The EU legal expert talks with Stefan Lazic about the need for quality measurements and why is it important to work together to secure a brighter future.
The Center for Responsible Travel publishes its annual compilation of facts, quotes, data, and resources designed to advance responsible travel worldwide.
There is clear evidence that volunteering and/or funding orphanages is fuelling the demand for paper orphans and orphanages.
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
The most common species used for selfies in the Amazon are sloths, pink river dolphins, anacondas, and caiman – with sloths being used the most.
Previously the Head of CSR for Shangri-La Hotels, Patricia Dwyer from The Purpose Business talks about her achievements, impact and sustainability
Michal Alter speaks about how Visit.org is connecting travellers with transformative travel experiences inspiring social impact organisations around the world
Airbnb, has launched a new platform that will make it easier for people to open their homes to refugees and displaced people
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.
James Sutherland, Friends International’s international communications co-ordinator, speaks with Jeremy Smith about the growth of the ChildSafe Movement and its efforts to engage the tourism industry to help protect children.
US Wildlife Trafficking Alliance announces new partnerships with major industry associations, launches global tourism toolkit for travel companies
FITUR 2017 comprises a number of events organized by UNWTO with a special focus on the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017.
UNWTO and UNEP run a survey to identify practices in national tourism planning, tools used by the private sector and methods to measure tourism’s performance.
Randy Durband discusses how GSTC is seeking to making the entire tourism supply chain more sustainable, and why we all need to focus on Asia
Africa now has a common reference framework to promote sustainability and responsibility in the tourism sector.