Category: Resilience

The realities and myths of regenerative tourism

Regenerative tourism is great for destinations that choose to focus on it, and for the few who can afford it. But what about the rest of us?

Canada launches major initiative to boost indigenous tourism

Indigenous tourism helps advance economic reconciliation, while allowing the sharing of Indigenous cultures and histories across Canada. That’s why supporting its growth, in close partnership with First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities, is one of the Government of Canada’s top priorities.

Groundbreaking report: as Travel & Tourism continue to grow, its water intensity falls

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) today launched its new groundbreaking report, ‘Water Roadmap for Travel & Tourism’, revealing total water intensity by global Travel & Tourism continues to decrease as the sector continues to grow. 

Tourism killed Thailand’s most famous bay. Here’s how it was brought back to life

A story of closure and reopening of the Maya Bay, part of the Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park,which became famous after a DiCaprio movie.

Stockholm Instead of Rome? October Instead of July? How Heat Waves Are Changing Tourism in Europe

Shifts in travel patterns are likely to become more common in Europe, a region that climate researchers describe as a “hot spot” for severe summer heat.

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Locals in Málaga protest tourism amid rising rents and gentrification

Marching under the slogan ‘Málaga for living, not surviving’, last weekend 15,000 people took to the streets to demand affordable housing and protest mass-tourism in the Costa del Sol city.