The Mekong Tourism Forum provides a cooperative platform for public and private sector stakeholders in the tourism industry to discuss the development, marketing and promotion of travel to, from and within the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), and monitor sustainable and responsible tourism growth.
The Wildlife Tourism Conference, to be held in Adelaide, South Australia from 6-9 November 2016, presents the theme, "Where the Wild Things Grow: leadership, partnerships and ethics in wildlife tourism".
The International School of Sustainable Tourism's 2016 Ecolodge Design and Planning Workshop with Hitesh Mehta, FASLA FAAK RIBA, to be held in Zambales, Philippines, from 19-23 September 2016.
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.
ESTC North America, January 25-27, at the University of South Florida Patel Center for Global Solutions, will focus on the major tourism related sustainable development goals (SDGs) and explore sustainable tourism best practices.
3rd European Ecotourism Conference, April 2015, Poland, is a meeting of ecotourism practitioners with the theme "European Ecotourism: facing global challenges".
Botswana and Namibia, leading ecotourism and wildlife travel destinations in Africa, effectively promote sustainable tourism through engaging messages on wildlife conservation and biodiversity protection, and inspire travelers, residents and the global tourism industry.
Irene Lane, Founder of Greenloons.com, a leading online resource on certified ecotourism experiences around the world, shares professional and business insights. Part of TrainingAid interview series on inspiring role models for professional women.
Carole Favre, Owner and Founder of Small Matters, shares her insights into the why and how of training and skills development for tourism entrepreneurs, particularly small businesses and destinations who work with them.