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Asia/Singapore Tuesday, 28th June 2022
Tags Responsible Tourism

Tag: Responsible Tourism

Tourism performance gets new yardsticks

The metrics by which tourism is measured “will be completely different” from pre-pandemic yardsticks, PATA CEO Liz Ortiguera said at the Southeast Asia Development...

Leading hotel groups unite to build sustainability framework

An initiative to set a common definition of hotel sustainability to drive responsible tourism has been launched by several leading hotel companies, in cooperation...

UNWTO, tourism organisations stand with Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action

More than 300 tourism stakeholders have signed up to the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action, which recognises the urgent need for a globally consistent...

A tale of two worlds

New Clark City and the province of Bohol are making strides in establishing the Philippines as a preferred tourist destination, while pushing for sustainable and responsible tourism development.

Banyan Tree’s stewardship programme to fund eight NGO projects

Banyan Tree Global Foundation (BTGF), the sustainability arm of Banyan Tree Group, will award its first round of funding for eight NGOs with projects...

TTG Conversations: Five Questions with Bill Bensley, BENSLEY

The global travel freeze has put tremendous pressure on environmental and wildlife conservation efforts, as funding from supporting tourism businesses has diminished while economic...

Regeneration rising

The strive for a smarter, more sustainable way of travelling has arose amid the pandemic, and tourism players in Asia-Pacific are taking action to go the extra green mile.

Powered by the family

Marriott International chooses to let its people-first culture lead it out of a stormy 2020, a decision that has created a year of incredible lessons and innovative solutions that benefited business performance, reveals Rajeev Menon, president, Asia Pacific (excluding China).

Accor, Expedia Group expand UNESCO sustainability pledge

Accor and Expedia Group have joined forces to expand the UNESCO Sustainable Tourism Pledge into 96 countries. The agreement, in collaboration with the UNESCO, sees...

Discova Asia gets ChildSafe certification

Global destination management specialist Discova has obtained the ChildSafe certification for its Asian teams and destinations, signifying the company's commitment to protecting the well-being...

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