Columnist Aurora Dawn Reinke asks what responsible tourism businesses should do when research shows tourists are unaware of sustainability benchmarking and therefore aren’t looking for it?
Users can explore visual data on topics including Poverty Alleviation, Dispersion of Travel, Carbon Emissions, Sustainable Production, Protected Areas, Gender Equity and Security.
Goal is to create guidelines that can be used by any travel company wishing to offer experiences with indigenous communities.
How should hoteliers balance their sustainability strategies and the price they charge for their rooms?
The Center for Responsible Travel publishes its annual compilation of facts, quotes, data, and resources designed to advance responsible travel worldwide.
The rapidly growing literature addressing degrowth has yet to seriously address the global tourism industry. This special issue seeks to redress that imbalance.
The technology exists today to fully decarbonise the hotel sector, says report. Solving the issue of climate change becomes how to accelerate the solutions
Report says evenues generated by small business enterprises are eight times higher in villages with tourism infrastructure than in those without
Australia’s Federal and State governments are failing to produce effective long-term tourism policy to address climate change, according to new research.
Ahead of its 2017 Summit, Travel+SocialGood releases white paper on sustainable tourism trends produced in collaboration with NYU School of Professional Studies Jonathan M. Tisch Center for Hospitality and Tourism
Project will uncover “hotspots” in tourism operations across the value chain, to identify and prioritise opportunities for resource efficiencies.
Study shows reviews that mention hotel social or environmental initiatives score higher than those that don’t, implying business advantage from such efforts
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
A new report exposes how the hotel industry is driving the global inequality crisis by relying on women’s cheap labour to maximize profits
The most common species used for selfies in the Amazon are sloths, pink river dolphins, anacondas, and caiman – with sloths being used the most.
Research from Griffith University says it is essential that role of carbon offsets is honestly communicated so as their potential can be fully realised without greenwash
The 2nd part of the interview with Eric Ricaurte, Founder of Greenview, about the role of data and benchmarking in mainstreaming sustainability in the hospitality sector.
The UN World Tourism Organisation recently released a Discussion Paper on the occasion of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017, asking for comments from a range of key stakeholders in the field.