In January 2020, we joined Tourism Declares Climate Emergency in January, declaring that we are in a climate crisis and the future of our industry depends on our urgent actions to address the crisis.
"Carrying on as before, or just tweaking business as usual is not an option." Tourism Declares Climate Emergency is a network of tourism industry organizations and professionals working together to promote concrete solutions to reduce our climate footprints.
As part of the recent PM4SD course, Salli Felton (CEO, The Travel Foundation) has presented on The Travel Foundation's approach to developing and delivering projects.
The example of Museu de Favela (MUF), in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, highlights various opportunities and challenges associated with tourism development, and the importance of local engagement and leadership when sharing the stories of local communities with travelers.
At ITB Asia, the leading B2B trade show for the Asia Pacific region and beyond, sustainable tourism practitioners will share knowledge and experience inspiring others in making tourism a driver for change socially, environmentally and economically for Asian destinations.
Leading Sustainable Tourism Destinations: STTP Case Studies - With several case studies from the GSTC Sustainable Tourism Training Program (STTP), this webinar showcases best practices and lessons learned on sustainable tourism destination development, management and marketing.
Under the theme of "Designing a sustainable tourism brand – an integrative approach to building a responsible coastal destination," the New Tourism Frontiers Forum 2016 will tackle the topics of fair trade, living heritage communities, coastal and marine tourism, heritage trails and domest
ITB Asia offers experts, practitioners and pioneers a great stage for responsible tourism topics to be discussed.
The Sustainable Summits Conference (Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand, 7-11 August 2016) will focus on practical solutions to issues in mountain environments with themes on natural hazards, environmental impacts and social and cultural adaptations.
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.
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.
Our most shared articles of 2015 from the TrainingAid Ideas & Insights Blog. As we welcome the year 2016, here's a quick look back at some of the key tourism, training, business and sustainability-related topics we've discussed and explored in the past year.
Focusing exclusively on sustainable and responsible tourism news, Travindy reports on the innovations, insights and issues shaping a sustainable future for tourism. TrainingAid is pleased to collaborate with Travindy as a partner.
The Center for Responsible Travel report on responsible tourism trends shows that sustainability is critical to not only because of our social and moral responsibilities, but also for business success in today's increasingly conscious consumer markets.