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 .
Labels and certifications are common in many different sectors and contexts – from the Fair Trade, one of the most recognised sustainability labels globally, to the EU organic seal for food. The travel industry also has numerous certification schemes. For TUI, these are a key driver for more sustainable tourism.
Legoland California, Legoland Florida, and Legoland New York Resorts announced that all parks will become Certified Autism Centers (CAC) by spring 2023
Intrepid Travel has reviewed its 140-plus range of wildlife experiences and removed tours that failed to meet its standards of ethical engagement.
If the fund shows both impact and returns are possible, maybe the financial markets will take sustainable tourism more seriously as a business opportunity — a critical factor for industry-wide change
Sustainability and acting in an environmentally responsible way continue to be growing trends among both consumers and the tourism industry as a whole
With major tour operators now plugging package holidays to Paris, whatever happened to just booking a flight and following your nose?
New projects to support sustainable tourism around the world are invited to apply for funding via the DER Touristik Foundation, as part of a new drive to raise awareness of the Foundation and its goals.
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.