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First-ever Africa Protected Areas Congress launched

This year’s Valentine day was marked on Thursday with special African flavor that saw the launch of the first-ever Africa Protected Areas Congress (APAC)...

Seychelles Tourism departments conveys peers and other stakeholders to the first...

High officials representing various agencies, members of the tourism-trade and other stakeholders met again on February 1, 2019, three-months following their last assembly in...

Jamaica takes the lead on Global Tourism Resilience Management

Resilience is everybody’s business. All policymakers in the Caribbean must be concerned about the resilience of their national sectors amid a wide range of...

IATA’s chief speaks at CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in...

Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO addressed the CAPA Aeropolitical and Regulatory Affairs Summit in Doha, Qatar today: It is a great...

Overtourism at New Zealand National Parks: There is a plan

How would Aroaki, Mt Cook and Westland Tai Poutini National Parks in New Zealand be managed while considering the impacts of climate change and...

Building Resilience of Caribbean SMTEs: OAS launches $500,000 project

The Organization of American States (OAS) has launched a US$500,000 project to assist the region’s small and medium tourism enterprises (SMTEs) to build resilience...

The IMEX Talking Point for 2019 is ‘Imagination’

In a world of increasing technical capability, the power of imagination is regarded as a uniquely human attribute – and one that’s highly prized....

South Asia Tourism finds prominent footing in world economy

A just-released UN report, provides facts and figures to show the importance of South Asia Tourism.

Hôtel Martinez wins Jury Prize at CSR Awards of the Maritime...

Hôtel Martinez, certified by Green Globe for over five years, has been recognized as a leader in sustainable practices in the French Riviera.

World Travel and Tourism Council announces 2019 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards...

The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) is delighted to announce the 15 finalists for its 2019 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. The 2019 finalists...

Uganda Wildlife Authority donates relief to victims of floods and landslides...

Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) delivered relief items worth UGX 10 Million (USD 3700) to the people who were affected by flash floods and landslides...

Tourism’s “Invisible Burden”: Major new report

A new report suggests that wherever it exists, tourism places an “invisible burden” on destinations and their residents.

Plastic Pollution Maldives: All-Female ‘Stand Up For Our Seas’ Expedition raises...

Maldives, Coco Collection, is sponsoring an unprecedented stand-up paddle boarding campaign in the Maldives that aims to raise awareness about the environment, and in...

IATA’s new program helps airlines avoid turbulence

International Air Transport Association announced the roll-out its new program that will assist airlines with avoiding turbulence when planning the flight routes. The new...

10 Best Ski Towns in America named

The ranking of the "10 Best Ski Towns in America" has been released today. It's that time of year again everyone. The time to pack...

SUNx & EXO Foundation announce Climate Scholarship Program for SE Asia

An SDG 17 Partnership, for Climate-Friendly Travel, was announced on December 14 at COP 24 in Katowice, Poland.

A bat which looks like actor Lance Bass in Greater Mekong...

A bat which looks like singer/actor Lance Bass, a gibbon named for Luke Skywalker, and a toad which seems to have come from Lord of the Rings “Middle Earth," are among 157 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong Region last year, according to a new report from the World Wildlife Fund. 

IATA enables airlines to share turbulence data

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) launched its Turbulence Aware data resource to help airlines avoid turbulence when planning routes tactically in flight. Turbulence...

Travel and tourism sector takes steps towards carbon neutrality by 2050

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and UN Climate Change today showcased how the travel and tourism sector can take steps towards carbon...

SUNx & Ingle International Announce SDG-17 Climate Resilience Partnership

A Climate Resilience partnership, focussed on creating 100,000 Strong Climate Champions by 2030 was announced today at COP 24 in Katowice, Poland. The partnership,...

Kenya’s first 100% solar hotel

The demand from eco-travelers is growing and Serena continues to adapt its business best practices model to meet the ecological travel experiences and expectations of today’s guest.

World Bank President calls for urgent action to fight global warming

(eTN) - Regular food shortages in sub-Saharan Africa, shifting rain patterns in South Asia leaving some parts under water and others without enough water for power generation, irrigation or drinking

Indonesia’s children asking for strong action against climate change

School kids from Pangandaran, Indonesia, have urged global tourism leaders to take climate change seriously.

Doha’s failure spells doom for Africa

(eTN) - Kyoto extended till 2020, a resolution package forced through by the Conference Chair, a new draft treaty to be ready by 2015 but no funds yet for Africa and small island states to mitigate th

Delta joins The Climate Registry

ATLANTA, Georgia - Delta Air Lines has joined The Climate Registry with successful verification of its greenhouse gas emissions inventories from 2005 through 2010, enhancing its ongoing commitment to
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