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
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
New opportunity for sustainable tourism startups! The Journey is 5 month accelerator program open for sector innovators held in Lisbon. Deadline for applications: 7th of May 2017.
Booking.com announced the 10 startups that will join Booster, program that supports projects seeking to have a positive impact on the global tourism industry.
New website Earth Changers helps tourists discover ‘life-changing places and world-changing people’ for life-affirming trips with serious positive impacts.
We spoke with Booking.com’s Wendy van Leeuwen, Program Manager for Booster, about why Booking.com has launched an accelerator programme for sustainable tourism startups, and what teams have the best chance to win
New EarthCheck space will enable the organisation to share its global data, research and tourism development experience with tourism entrepreneurs
Five new startups give travelers alternatives to Google and other popular trip-planning platforms and help them discover local sights.
Airbnb has acquired travel activities marketplace startup Trip4real, which connects travelers with local activities and experiences, and is rapidly moving into local travel guides and services.
One of the largest indigenous groups in Brazil, the Yanomamis, is trying to set up an initiative to offer tourism services in Pico da Neblina.
Perrine Schober is the Founder of SHADES TOURS, which stands for socio-political civil education and employment for homeless people. The company organizes tours and activities with homeless people in Vienna.
Over And Above Africa is funding anti-poaching efforts through online portal offering subscribers 24/7 access to exciting filmed content from Africa
Kelley Louise is the Executive Director of Travel+SocialGood, a nonprofit and community aimed at propelling the travel industry to meet its potential for global positive impact.
Travel Massive and our co-founder Anula Galewska discuss developing Travindy, the challenges we face, and what makes our approach different.
Together with European experts, the winner of Master Chef Albania, has explored collaborations between agriculture, tourism and spatial design
Intrepid Travel will begin to take small groups on to Olkola land in Cape York after forming a joint venture with the traditional owners
Airbnb might be contributing to a growing housing crisis by diverting rental stock that could have been rented to local, long-term tenants instead.
Responsible tourism has generally had an uneasy relationship with technological development, which is often seen as disempowering and detaching us from the world around. However if – and it is still a big early days if – the likes of blockchain and the growing ‘reputation economy’ deliver on the promises they are making – it may one day become its new best friend.