SDG: SDG 2 Zero Hunger
Posted Date : 25th March, 2019
This is a blog about how a woman entrepreneur from Manipur is trying to persuade her community to get involved in mushroom farming. Farmers used to burn off the hay after harvest. In India this is unfortunately a common practice these days which choked the capital city of New Delhi with smog. Hay is of […]
Posted Date : 25th March, 2019
Red Rocks in Musanze, Rwanda. There are very few places that will make you feel right at home, inspire you to visit more and to do more for planet and for people. This is especially if you are sustainable travel junkie like I am or what I like to call a “greenpacker”. Red Rocks in […]
Posted Date : 25th March, 2019
Red rocks initiatives visit. Why visiting Red rocks initiative, the more you get to learn from the community initiatives, that connects community, conservation and tourism the better you will admire our nature and cultural, visiting Red rocks initiative, will always be a memorable experience, and leaves you with an education that comes straight away from […]
Posted Date : 25th March, 2019
This book is about travel – not tourism per se, but travel – responsible, ecological and personal-growth travel; the kind of travel that benefits both the visitor and the visited while helping to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Leading travel expert Adam Rogers draws upon 40 years of experience exploring more than 130 countries […]
Posted Date : 25th March, 2019
We are a startup that creates and promotes accessible tours in the Panama Republic. We have designed an accessible tour in Panama City, for disabling travelers (wheelchair user, blinds and deaf). In the following weeks, we would like to add some other national destinations as snorkeling in Portobelo and beach activities in San Blas (indigenous […]
Posted Date : 8th February, 2019
The Black Sea Sustainable Rural Tourism Program is a community based, regionally integrated, social enterprise venture that will continuously improve livelihoods, promote entrepreneurship, support sustainable economic actions and preserve social, cultural and environmental heritage. The BSST Program is a result of over 4 years of preparation that included situational analyses and partner development in Ukraine, […]
Posted Date : 16th January, 2019
SUSTAINABILITY ACTIONS SOCIAL MAINTENANCE BANK HOURS Through a local social organization (El Risell), the donation of 2 hours of maintenance work for residents of the neighborhood with few resources is managed. In this way those people generally of old age have access to a person in their house of confidence that can carry out the small […]
Posted Date : 11th October, 2018
The region of Mopti in Mali boasts two prominent tourism destinations – Djenné, a flooding area, and Sangha, a non-flooding area. Women in Mali are highly engaged in the production of handicrafts, hotel services, restaurants, the supply of produce and product processing. In Mopti, many small camps, restaurants and eateries are run by women. Women […]
Posted Date : 11th October, 2018
Kumarakom is situated on the banks of the Vembanad Kayal – the second largest lagoon in India – near the city of Kottayam, in the heart of the Kerala backwaters, a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes in the southern Indian state of Kerala. Tourism is thriving as visitors are drawn to the area’s immense […]
Posted Date : 11th October, 2018
The local development project spearheaded by Club Med and the NGO Agrisud supports local producers who are in precarious situations and live in the vicinity of Club Med resorts in Senegal, Brazil, Morocco and Indonesia. The initiative’s challenging aim is to organize a lasting match between the local supply of food products and the demands […]