Latest news and insights from various sources relating to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
So often it happens completely innocently, unknowingly, unintentionally.
An item catches your eye – a unique memento of a place visited, the perfect keepsake to take home as an enduring reminder of a magical time of travel.
Turtle hatcheries around the world that claim to be focused on doing good may actually be more interested in cashing in on gullible tourists than helping animals. And in some cases, the hatcheries may actually be harming turtles.
A new type of insurance to protect coral reefs introduced at the 2018 World Ocean Summit in Mexico earlier this month has raised hope once again for the survival of coral reefs devastated by hurricanes and bleaching due to climate change.
IHG sets new targets on carbon and water
InterContinental Hotel Group – IHG – has released its latest responsible business targets for the company to 2020, as well as reporting on their progress to 2017.
Madrid, Spain 22 March 2018 – Concrete examples of how to advance sustainable development through tourism take centre stage in the first joint publication between the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Organization of American States (OAS). ‘Tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals: Good Practices in the Americas’ provides 14 case studies from across the […]
What can balanced flows bring to a hotel’s bottom line?
The Turista Responsable (Responsible Tourist) campaign calls on the resident population of Costa Rica to take care of natural resources and strengthen communities through sustainable tourism. In the same will give a series of advice to the public on best practices to visit parks, reserves, beaches and even calls for caution on the road.
The hike to Middleham Falls took precisely 45 minutes, just as my guide, Dylan Williams, had predicted. In that time, Dylan, his girlfriend, Miriam Ormond, and I had marched a mile and a quarter up and down (and up and down) the hills of Dominica’s Morne Trois Pitons National Park, starting on a well-cleared trail through rain forest brush — tree ferns, rubber trees, shaggy epiphytes — and finishing with moderate scrambles over damp rock and down slippery wooden stairs.
Jamaica’s Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett says that a number of key global personalities and professionals are expressing interest to participate, at a very high level, in structuring the region’s first Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre.
As cities work to add technologies to improve residents’ lives and mobility, many are putting a renewed focus on inclusivity and equitable innovation distribution. Yet despite this inclusivity push, experts say people with disabilities remain an overlooked group, especially during city planning processes.