Sustainable Tourism CRC

Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Center ( STCRC ), Headquartered in Gold Coast, Queensland , was an Australian Cooperative Research Center established by the Australian Government’s Cooperative Research Centers Program to establish a competitive and dynamic sustainable tourism industry in Australia. It ceased to operate on 30 June 2010. [1]

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Responsible tourism in Thailand

Responsible tourism is a relatively modern concept in the Kingdom of Thailand , which took root in the late-1990s. It is underpinned by the belief that tourism should develop in a way that minimizes negative impacts on local communities, and that it is possible that a positive symbiosis exists between hosts and visitors. Responsible travel promotes respect for indigenous culture, …

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Offa’s Country

Offa’s Country is a sustainable tourism project developed under the 2009 Welsh-English Border Strategic Regeneration Program. The program is funded by the Welsh Government , Natural England and West Midlands Advantage . Partnerships-have-been Developed entre les bodies responsible for the four protected landscapes along a corridor Including the administrative border and Offa’s Dyke Itself derived, namely Brecon Beacons National Park , Clwydian Range AONB , Shropshire Hills AONB and the Wye Valley AONB together with the Offa’s …

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Kystpilgrimsleia

Kystpilgrimsleia , Norwegian for „Coastal Pilgrim Route“, is the name of the pilgrim that runs along the west coast of Norway and culminates at the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim . Kystpilgrimsleia is a joint venture between four counties and a comprehensive and sustainable tourism product that promotes cultural heritage and provides a unique experience of the fjords of Norway.

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Walter Hunziker

Walter Hunziker (1899-1974) was a Swiss professor who founded the Tourism Research Institute at the University of St. Gallen , co-developed the scientific study of tourism , co-founded the International Association of Experts Tourism Scientists (AIEST) and the International Institute of Glion . He is a director of the Swiss Tourism Federation, member of the Swiss Advisory Committee for Trade Policy, and author. [1] [2]

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Green Key

Green Key is an international voluntary eco-label for tourism facilities that promotes sustainable tourism . It aims to contribute to the prevention of climate change with positive environmental initiatives. Green Key is a non-governmental, non-profit, independent program operating under the umbrella organization of the Foundation for Environmental Education , FEE. The program is recognized and supported by the World Tourism Organization , WTO and United Nations …

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Green conventions

Green conventions or green meetings are conventions which are conducted in such a way as to minimize the environmental burden. Green event planners apply environmentally preferred practices to waste management , resource and energy use, food selection and disposal, food selection and disposal, and management and purchasing decisions. The practice is known as „event greening“ or “ sustainable event management „.

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