The program has recently been launched at the company’s headquarters in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, where more than 1,650 employees are able to collaborate with around 20 local NGOs. The initiative has also been implemented in the Bangkok, Beijing, Cancun, Dubai, London, Orlando, Shanghai, Singapore and Tel Aviv offices, reaching a total of 3,000 of the 5,000 employees worldwide.
Soneva Jani becomes the first member to join the International Pole & Line Foundation through its new Responsible Tourism Initiative.
The EarthCheck Sustainable Destinations program will provide Järvsö with a scientific framework to benchmark, certify and continuously improve their environmental, cultural, social and economic performance
Updated version of ‘Sun, Sand and Ceilings’ 2013 report finds that the overall representations of women on travel and tourism company boards has risen from just 15% to 23%.
With social consciousness bang at the top of the news agenda, reducing waste and adopting environmentally friendly practices has never been more important. But with Christmas just around the corner – and one of the busiest times of year for hotels – extra customers bring additional food and other waste, meaning hotels must work harder […]
The discussion turned to the importance of agreed and set metrics for measuring sustainability as well as introducing official accreditation for venues and suppliers.
TUI Care Foundation and Plan International work together to empower the younger generations worldwide
The partnership strategy emphasises female empowerment and capacity building in local communities, aiming to provide new opportunities for the younger generations. Both organisations agree to further develop and expand a global cooperation that has already shown successful results in different destinations.
A Singapore event brings tourism stakeholders together to find collaborative solutions on sustainability. The Sustainable Tourism Asia conference is the forum for driving solutions for the tourism industry’s most pressing issues in Asia. Leading companies in the hospitality and tourism sectors, as well as government officials and non-profits, will catalyse action-oriented opportunities in the areas […]
“Without massively changed behaviour the world stands to destroy itself,” SA Tourism Minister tells WTM (and other news…)
With a prophesy that “Growth in tourism stands to come to an end,” South Africa’s minister for tourism Derek Hanekom went were few, if any, other tourism ministers would dare to go.
From how tourism can support animal welfare to tackling exclusion and dealing with plastic pollution, a whistle stop tour through some key moments from the Responsible tourism sessions at WTM London on Tuesday November 6, 2018.