SDG: SDG 17 Partnerships for the Goals
Posted Date : 13th December, 2022
Horizon 2020 project, funded by the European Commission, promotes cultural heritage in the vicinity of historic pilgrimage routes and facilitates economic and social impact of sustainable tourism in rural areas. The project started on 1 January 2021 and has a duration of 36 months, while its main phases include identification of pilot areas and relevant […]
Posted Date : 13th December, 2022
The Via Francigena is one of the most popular pilgrimage routes in the world, spanning centuries of history and stretching along 3200 kilometres in the UK, France, Switzerland and Italy. In 1994, the route was awarded ‘Cultural Route of the Council of Europe’ status in recognition of its role in promoting common European values. The […]
Posted Date : 27th September, 2022
Coop Coffee Indonesia understand that coffee activities are responsible for emitting greenhouse gases due to environmental impacts caused by primary agricultural and processing activities. We have made some pre-calculation on the impact and on the carbon sequestration under 1 Subak Abian (farmer groups) of Tri Guna Karya on their 79 hectares coffee area. Coop Coffee […]
Posted Date : 14th September, 2022
UNWTO and the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs are launching the 2022 UNWTO Students’ League – Switzerland, an innovative environment to empower and motivate tourism and hospitality students by giving them real-time experience. Through an online competition, Students from around the world will compete to give the tourism sector their best sustainable ideas on the pressing subjects of the sector, such […]
Posted Date : 13th September, 2022
Corporate responses to climate change include a broad range of business decisions – all of them have the potential to impact human rights. At the same time, human rights due diligence has great potential to support effective climate-related decision-making. Tourism as a service-oriented sector strongly depends on social responsibility and respect for human rights. Tourism […]
Posted Date : 12th September, 2022
Feel IQM in a program IQM Destination works based on integral quality management.Our goals are: – Increasing and strengthening public-private partnerships. – Measuring the elements of sustainable development and responsible tourism. – On a beginning of cooperation with new destination, KPI and monitoring of every indicator (more than 100 indicators od integral quality management). – […]
Posted Date : 6th September, 2022
Tourism is not a singular phenomenon as visitors affect a location and its residents. There are societal changes brought on by tourism, such as greater employment opportunities, growth, and tax revenues that pay for services provided to residents. However, challenges can also arise with increased tourism. A location and its inhabitants can be negatively impacted […]
Posted Date : 15th July, 2022
Webinar Regional – Turismo Comunitario Sostenible Intercambio de buenas prácticas Fecha: 20 de julio del 2022 Hora: 10:30 AM – 12:10 PM  Hora de RepĂşblica Dominicana 16:30 PM – 18:10 PM  Hora de España VĂ­nculo de registro:  https://bit.ly/3NOkwzG Plataforma: Zoom-Webinar​ Lengua: Español e interpretaciĂłn simultánea al inglĂ©s
Posted Date : 5th July, 2022
Nkotsi village has a rich history, it is a cultural melting pot and has a vibrant social scene. These factors make Musanze one of Rwanda biggest and oldest townships, a tourist hot spot. When one considers the diverse activities, tours and culinary delights available in the area, a day out in Musanze is bound to […]
Posted Date : 28th June, 2022
Tourism is the largest sector of the ocean-based industries representing 40% of its total export value. Coastal and maritime tourism plays a significant role in the economic prosperity of island and coastal communities, bringing jobs, investment and income. Besides the benefits of tourism development, there are also challenges such as the loss of biodiversity, pollution […]