Study shows reviews that mention hotel social or environmental initiatives score higher than those that don’t, implying business advantage from such efforts
Instagram and Facebook based project seeks to introduce sustainable hotels to Polish audience
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
Take a Green Step contains best practices, case-studies, tools and several tips to help restaurants and hotels become more sustainable.
Michal Alter speaks about how Visit.org is connecting travellers with transformative travel experiences inspiring social impact organisations around the world
Myla Tutt from Sojern speaks about the company’s CSR program, its successes, challenges, and advice for others on how and why to start a pro bono activity.
Free online course will deliver training in key sustainability topics as part of ongoing efforts to enhance the resiliency and global competitiveness of the region’s tourism sector
During the 3rd World Tourism Organization International Congress on Ethics the UNWTO presented Recommendations on the Responsible Use of Ratings and Reviews on digital platforms.
We asked some bloggers writing about sustainable tourism what advice they would give anyone looking to work with people like them.
The sustainability consultancy has launched an online portal to make tracking, analysing and benchmarking key sustainability data easy and affordable
Learn how to create a profitable responsible travel website that attracts more visitors by communicating your sustainability efforts in the right way.
The travel industry is coming together to help travelers more positively impact the places they visit and the people who live there. Sustainable Travel International launched the “Travel Better Club” – an online club for travelers wanting to make more sustainable choices in how and where they travel and share experiences with other like-minded travelers.
Dashboard will enable sustainability indicators to be measured and tracked in a consistent and transparent manner so areas for improvement can be identified and achievements celebrated
New website Earth Changers helps tourists discover ‘life-changing places and world-changing people’ for life-affirming trips with serious positive impacts.
To mark the start of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism, the German National Tourist Board (GNTB) is offering a new online service.
CEO of hotel booing site BookDifferent.com Lonneke de Kort speaks about the need for authoritative sustainability data and communicating this data in ways that connect with consumers.
Welcome to our end of year series on the most important stories of 2016. First off – the biggest online sustainable tourism developments of last 12 months
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