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
Ensuring your website meets the latest guidelines for accessibility isn’t just the right thing to do – it taps into an ever-growing market and boosts SEO
TripAdvisor and Viator will not sell tickets for specific tourism experiences involving physical contact with captive wild animals or endangered species
Goal of accessible tourism campaign is to raise awareness of the barriers that people experience when they are on vacation and travelling
Over And Above Africa is funding anti-poaching efforts through online portal offering subscribers 24/7 access to exciting filmed content from Africa
Irene Lane describes the new online tool she has developed that for the first time enables businesses and destinations to determine the business value in sustainability
WPA claims that Tripadvisor’s algorithms can lead to even the cruellest wildlife venues being ranked highly in their Popularity Index
A group of leading Bali hoteliers have launched ThinkOutsideTheTrash to galvanise the island’s tourism industry to commit to reducing waste
Airbnb might be contributing to a growing housing crisis by diverting rental stock that could have been rented to local, long-term tenants instead.
Travindy Espanol brings together all the best Spanish language news and comment about responsible tourism in one place
Carmacal enables tour companies and travellers to know the total carbon cost of a holiday package including flights and accommodation.
app will assist tour operators with the process of sourcing new, emerging and community-based tourism businesses and experiences for their tours and itineraries
Community connects global network of travel innovators and enthusiasts working to “create better places for people to live and for people to visit.”