Dominica Cable Car draws positive attention despite attempts to derail it
The construction of the world’s longest cable car project in Dominica is widening the rift between the ones who favour it and only a handful of people who have been trying to highlight the project in a negative light with a narrative that is founded on misconceptions
Ecotourism in Marine Protected Areas as a tool to valuate natural capital and enhance good marine governance: A review
The conservation of biodiversity has both direct and indirect economic benefits for many sectors of the economy, namely tourism, being ecotourism considered one of the segments particularly adequate to value natural capital.
Ghana pursuing sustainable ecotourism as solution to climate crisis
Ghana is pursuing a sustainable ecotourism development agenda as one of the local solutions to addressing climate change impact on the environment.
UNEP launches Green Fins Hub – new worldwide digital platform to encourage sustainable marine tourism
Green Fins Hub will help diving and snorkelling operators worldwide to make simple, cost-efficient changes to their daily practices by utilising tried and tested solutions.
Meet Bernanda Morales, a cultural leader keeping Costa Rica’s endangered Bribri culture alive
The Bribri leader explains how, in her village of Yorkin, just upriver from the Caribbean coast, she’s brought back the Bribri language from the brink of extinction, creating a sustainable tourism destination in the process.
How a tour operator maximises the positive impacts of travel on people and cultures – Interview with Natalie Kidd
Interview with Natalie Kidd, the Managing Director Asia, Intrepid Travel about the socio-economic impacts of travel and what Intrepid does to maximise the benefits for the local communities .