Interview with Randy Durband, the CEO of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council about the current travel trends and preparations for the GSTC annual conference in Turkey.
Interview with Michael Golding, the CEO of Visit Inverness & Loch Ness about their sustainability practices and the Destination Climate Action Plan.
Sustainable Meet Stockholm and Stockholmsmässan put the city on the map as the go-to destination for sustainable meetings
In honour of International Women’s Day, Bannikin spotlights five travel pros using tourism to help their destinations thrive
The 2022 SWA Impact Report comes on the back of new survey data which finds that 67 per cent of Australians want to purchase only sustainably made wine and 56 per cent of global drinkers “only trust sustainable wine [from Australia] that is officially certified.
National tourism agency VisitBritain has this week started rolling out its new multi-million pound international campaign for 2023 to drive tourism to Britain. The international...
With its wild horses, varied activities and rich history, the small Balkan country embraces a bright new future of sustainable travel
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.
Lapland aims to improve its summer tourism and increase the number of visitors and overnight stays during the non-snowy season.
Short-term rental site Airbnb has proposed a spate of measures to tackle Australia’s rental crisis, but it could cost holiday-makers more.