SDG: SDG 16 Peace, Justice & Institutions
Posted Date : 22nd May, 2019
After many months of preparation, on April 18th was held the First IIPT Iranian Working at the headquarters of the company “Miniature Group” in Tehran. With this meeting Fabio Carbone, lecturer and researcher in Heritage, Tourism and Intercultural Dialogue, IIPT Ambassador-at-Large and Special Envoy for Iran, officially launched the challenge of creating an Iranian Chapter […]
Posted Date : 25th March, 2019
Urbanity Culture, Art And Sustainable Tourism Development Abstract Sustainable Tourism Development: Today, the tourism industry is one of the major sources of income generation, as well as one of the influential factors on cultural exchanges between countries. In a constantly evolving world, a dynamic and effective atmosphere can be created by being inspired by the […]
Posted Date : 20th March, 2019
Futurismo es un evento de alta convocatoria de tres días dedicado a la industria turística, sus innovadores, desafíos y oportunidades. Cuenta con la participación activa de expertos internacionales, nacionales y locales para fomentar el intercambio de ideas, la asociatividad y la conversación en torno a las próximas grandes tendencias y retos que impulsaran el sector […]
Posted Date : 4th March, 2019
As a segment of tourism, sport tourism also helps achieve sustainable development in a distinct way stemming from its characteristics. This paper illustrates how sport tourism can contribute to these goals and what needs to be considered when developing sport tourism to realize its contribution to sustainable development. The comparative strength of sport tourism lies […]
Posted Date : 12th February, 2019
Michoacan de Ocampo is one of 32 States that integrates the Mexican Republic. Located in the centre of the country, the State recorded high rates of inequality, an important indigenous population, mainly concentrated in rural areas, and a vast natural and cultural, tangible and intangible heritage. Tourism is already one of the main economic sectors […]
Posted Date : 25th October, 2018
The Global Sustainable Tourism Dashboard provides a broader insight into how the sector is contributing to the SDGs by tracking indicators across a range of relevant sustainability dimensions.
Posted Date : 15th October, 2018
Tourism is the dominant sector of the Samoan economy, contributing more than 20% of its GDP. The principle resource bases of tourism are Samoa’s pristine beaches and its coastal, lagoon and reef areas. Some 70% of Samoa’s population live within the coastal strips, with tourism operations generally within 100 meters of the coastline. As they […]
Posted Date : 15th October, 2018
Bohol province, located in the Central Visayas region, is the tenth largest of the Philippines’ 7,641 islands. With a main island surrounded by 72 smaller islands, Bohol is now one of the country’s most prominent tourism destinations. The province is best known for its tourism circuits involving one of the world’s smallest and most endangered […]
Posted Date : 15th October, 2018
The SDAA focuses on two of the most tourism dependent regions in the world – the Caribbean and Central America. These regions are also biodiversity hotspots, particularly for marine ecosystems, and are highly susceptible to climate change vulnerability. If inappropriately managed, tourism may aggravate challenges in these areas, such as the misuse or degradation of […]
Posted Date : 15th October, 2018
The Sundarbans mangrove forest, a natural wonder and one of the largest continuous blocks of mangrove forests in the world, stretches across south-western Bangladesh. Local communities living along the fringes of this UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Ramsar Wetland Sanctuary, in the districts of Sathkhira and Khulna, are highly dependent on forest resources for […]