A half-day exploratory workshop with thought leaders and decision makers within tourism, "Measuring What Matters in Tourism" (Tuesday, June 14th, London, UK) will feature current knowledge and experience of impact assessment within both tourism and other industries.
GSTC Sustainable Tourism Training, 3-day training class in Athens, Greece, 15-17 June 2016. Learn how to start implementing sustainability management practices at your organization and how to improve your sustainability performance through specific steps.
Webinar on "Rural Trails as Economic Engines, Cultural Assets and Community Anchors" by Citizens' Institute on Rural Design, highlighting examples of rural trail projects that link people to place and reconnect the human and natural environments.
Green Destination Seminar (Romagna, Italy, Sept 12-16, 2016) combines masterclasses, forum and field visits in 5 days of experiential learning including local vineyards and olive groves, eminent cookery school, green hotel inspections, walking trails and destination inspections.
Tourism Naturally's inaugural conference is being hosted in the historical center of Alghero, Italy. The plenary track theme this year is Coastal and Mountain Systems, and will provide expert perspectives on ecological integrity and industry sustainability.
CBT Vietnam's evening event "The Power of Responsible Travel" explores why it's becoming increasingly important to travel responsibly, and features expert speakers sharing responsible tourism best practices and lessons learned.
Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference 2016 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The annual international conference hosted by Ecotourism Australia, this year's Global Eco features the theme: Fostering Innovation - Sustaining Excellence.
As part of Wild Asia's 10-year anniversary initiatives celebrating its Responsible Tourism Awards Program, TrainingAid will be co-hosting Live Session series featuring responsible tourism leaders who have been engaged in the award program.
The weekly podcast by Skift features conversations with creatives, executives and entrepreneurs from across the travel industry, offering their insights and perspectives on travelers’ habits, industry patterns and key industry trends and changes.
International Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage, Sept 10-26, 2016, Japan
The International Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage (September 10-26, 2016, Japan) will focus on protecting cultural heritage from climate change-induced disaster risks.