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Uganda; Sustainable Tourism
Prairie Public brings viewers on a tour of the developing tourism industry in Uganda in its new local production "Uganda: Sustainable Tourism." Documenting a six-year pilot project by the University of Manitoba's National Resources Institute, Dr. Michael Campbell helped three Ugandan communities in ecologically sensitive areas develop strategies to build its tourism industry while protecting the breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife travelers come to see. Production funding is provided by the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Manitoba through a UPCD grant from Canadian International Development Agency and AUCC, and by the members of Prairie Public
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Strategic Sustainable Development
Subject:Hotel & Tourism Management Paper:Tourism planning and sustainable tourism
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Vision Series - Maggie Daniels - "Strategic Tourism Development : Dollars and (Dis)Repair"
When strategically planned, tourism development can contribute to export expansion through heightened use of a destination's attractions and services by non-residents; however, tourism should not be viewed as a sure bet or panacea. Not all communities have an equal likelihood of success, and the costs associated with tourism expansion can far outweigh the benefits. Unmanaged growth can result in misguided abuse of limited resources and lead to high collective costs. To maintain a competitive advantage, tourism managers and key stakeholders must protect the supply resource base while attending to the potentially competing demands of visitors, service providers, local governments and residents. Dr. Daniels will discuss her ongoing, collaborative research initiatives related to the National Mall and Memorial Parks and in the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area to highlight the factors that influence the effectiveness of tourism activity.
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Tourism Strategy 2020 | Tourismusstrategie 2020
Global.Smart.Premium – the strategy behind the formula Global.Smart.Premium is the instrument to attain these ambitious goals. With these three strategic orientations, Vienna and its tourism industry are strengthening existing qualities of the city and enable the destination to find innovative answers to new trends and challenges in international city tourism. http://www.tourismstrategy2020.vienna.info Tourismusstrategie 2020 Global.Smart.Premium Die Strategie hinter der Wachstumsformel Die Langfriststrategie zu Wiens Destinationsentwicklung orientiert sich an dem Leitmotiv „Global.Smart.Premium“. Mit der Tourismusstrategie Wien 2020 werden die Weichen gestellt, um die hervorragende Position von Wien als lebenswerte, zukunftsorientierte, weltoffene Stadt zu sichern und auszubauen sowie neuen Trends und Herausforderungen innovativ zu begegnen. http://www.tourismusstrategie2020.wien.info To be sure not to miss anything subscribe to our channel http://www.youtube.com/Vienna Find all info about Vienna at http://www.vienna.info Viennas Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/ViennaTouristBoard Vienna twitters at: https://twitter.com/viennainfob2b Vienna's Instagram Account: https://instagram.com/viennatouristboard/
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Sustainable Tourism Development (Freya Higgins-Desbiolles, 2018)
Tourism Management Perspectives January 2018 Special Issue: Top Tourism Thoughts - https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/tourism-management-perspectives/vol/25/suppl/C Sustainable tourism: Sustaining tourism or something more? Freya Higgins-Desbiolles Abstract: Tourism today has a problem. It is addicted to growth, which is incompatible with sustainability goals. Despite three decades discussing pathways to sustainable tourism, tourism authorities continue to promote tourism growth despite the ecological and social limits of living on a finite planet. This article argues that tourism must be understood and managed with a wider context of sustainability. Additionally, strategic approaches to transitioning to a sufficiency approach to tourism and leisure is essential if sustainability is to be secured. Recommendations include: transforming the United Nations World Tourism Organization into an Office for Sustainable Mobilities, creating a global Tourism Wealth Fund, fostering diverse approaches to tourism strategies for development and regulating and managing tourism for a better balanced accounting for fairness, ecological limits, human benefit and sustainable futures. The growth fetish is resulting in tourism killing tourism. An approach focused on sustaining tourism is not a sustainable form of tourism. Access: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tmp.2017.11.017
Sustainable community development: from what's wrong to what's strong | Cormac Russell | TEDxExeter
How can we help people to live a good life? Instead of trying to right what's wrong within a community Cormac argues we need to start with what's strong. We need to help people discover what gifts they have and to use those gifts to enrich those around them. -- At TEDxExeter 2016 our speakers encapsulated the idea of movement, that grappling with humanity’s toughest questions requires first a vision, a dream, and then action. Video Production Chromatrope (http://chromatrope.co.uk/) Production Manager Andy Robertson (http://www.youtube.com/familygamertv) Cormac Russell is Managing Director of Nurture Development, the leading Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) organisation in Europe, and faculty member of the ABCD Institute at Northwestern University, Illinois. He works with local communities, NGOs and governments on asset-based community development and other strengths-based approaches, in four continents. Cormac served on the UK Government’s Expert Reference Group on Community Organising and Communities First during its term in 2011-12. His book “Asset Based Community Development (ABCD): Looking Back to Look Forward” was published in 2015. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Costa Rica Hotel Sustainable Practices
In this video, you'll learn how Costa Rican hotels are working towards sustainability. Why is this important? As Costa Rica becomes increasingly more popular with travelers, the local effects (pollution, environmental damage, etc.) become larger. Balancing the impact of travel with sustainability is crucial. What sort of strategies are we talking about? Recycling is one strategy, and a big one at that. By recycling metal, cardboard, plastic and aluminum, hotels greatly reduce the amount of waste that enters Costa Rica's landfills each year. The products that hotels use in their day-to-day operations also matter—many hotels use environmentally friendly washing products and thus release fewer toxic chemicals into the surrounding area. Many hotels also give back to their community. Some allow guests to donate to conservation, reforestation, and educational activities in the local community. These efforts go a long way. Sustainability isn't entirely altruistic, however—it's also economical. By generating their own electricity - either by hydroelectric generators or solar panels - these hotels are saving money. Other cost-saving strategies include smart power systems (i.e. rooms with lights that turn off when you leave) and gardens. Some hotels grow their own vegetables and use them at their restaurant. Talk about eating local! To learn more about sustainability in Costa Rica, please visit the following page:https://www.anywhere.com/costa-rica/sustainable. To search for sustainable hotels in Costa Rica, go here: https://www.anywhere.com/costa-rica/hotels/sustainable
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From strategic planning to new startups: experimental pathways to stimulate sustainable tourism
Presented by Dr. Matteo Civiero, Professor of Sustainability Strategies at the University Ca' Foscari Venezia, on the Conference Enterprises for Green Tourism Development in Albena, Bulgaria on the 9th May 2014
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SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FORUM: DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DESTINATION: DIRECTIONS, STRATEGIES & COMMITMENTS Moderator: Prof. Dr. Walter Jamieson FCIP RPP, Adjunct Professor, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Ryerson University and Chief Innovation Officer, Green Door Solutions Ltd. Panelists: Mr. Piet van Zyl, Chief Sustainability Advisor, Integrative Design & Project Management (IDPM) Mr. Supun Nigamuni, General Manager, Control Union Malaysia
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Tips for sustainable tourism
Americans are increasingly trying to go green while they travel, also known as eco-tourism. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" with his guide to green travel.
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What is Strategic Sustainability?
Brief overview of the concept of Strategic Sustainability. Strategic Sustainable Investments (SSI) is an investment consulting firm that specializes in sustainability education and analysis. Through powerful seminars, workshops, and personalized coaching, SSI helps investors recognize sustainable investment opportunities emerging from todays challenging economic environment that generate profits for people & planet. http://www.StrategicSustainableInvestments.com
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Sustainable Development Strategies and Approaches
The meaningful involvement and active participation of regional, national and subnational legislatures and judiciaries, and all major groups: women, children and youth, indigenous peoples, non-governmental organizations, local authorities, workers and trade unions, business and industry, the scientific and technological community, and farmers, as well as other stakeholders
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Amazon Rainforest: A Case for Sustainable Development
The Amazon rainforest is one of the world's most unique and important ecosystems. Yet the health of the rainforest and the people who live there is threatened by the construction of large projects, such as energy plants, dams, highways and mines. Mott Foundation grantees are among those working to ensure that investors in these projects adopt responsible development policies and practices, and are held accountable for any negative social and environmental impacts of the projects they fund. Grantees highlighted in this video are: • Institute for Socioeconomic Studies (INESC) -- www.inesc.org.br • International Rivers -- www.internationalrivers.org • Law, Environment and Natural Resources (DAR) -- www.dar.org.pe • Socio-Environmental Institute (ISA) -- www.socioambiental.org
Views: 17026 C.S. Mott Foundation
Sustainable development in hindi | Environment and sustainable development | Class 11
What is sustainable development ? To join Guaranteed Suksez whatsapp group send hiiiii on 7084741319 Feat-Aditya Bhardwaj
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SB'15 Bangkok - Redesign: SUSTAINABLE TOURISM IN THAILAND By Ms. Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul Thailand’s Minister of Tourism and Sports
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What resources should I protect in the tourism environment?
Learn about the impact of tourism on the environment, sustainable tourism, the different types of nature tourism that exist and the strategies that you can apply to contribute to the protection of the environment. Tourism involves the movement of large numbers of passengers. In 2020 there will be more than 1600 million arrivals in Europe. This journey has negative consequences on the environment. Negative consequences for the environment: - Impact on soil and spaces: urban speculation. - Impact on social and intangible assets: Changes in customs or traditions - Impact on the use of resources: Unhealthy environment; Concentration of people; Loss of biodiversity What direction should I take? Principles sustainable tourism: - The benefits will be the common good of the local community. - Search for environmental prestige - Improve environmental quality - Manage and plan tourism development without creating socio-cultural and environmental problems. - Exploit resources without compromising their future Different types of nature tourism - Tourism in Nature: Nature is only the circumstantial setting for the activity - Nature Tourism: Uses environmental elements for sporting, recreational or adventure activities. - Ecotourism: Nature is the main reason for the trip. Awareness with natural and cultural values Resources. "Biosphere Reserves": UNESCO establishes Biosphere Reserves, linking a number of geographical areas that are representative of different habitats on the planet (ecosystems undisturbed by human action). Threat. "More tourism in protected areas": The most protected spaces (National and natural parks, nature reserves, sites of community interest, etc.) have become the main destinations for nature tourism, due to their conservation guarantees. Protection. "European Charter": The European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas (EUROPARC 2007) aims to encourage good practice by recognising protected areas, which are meeting agreed requirements. Good business practices 1. Connect your business with nature: Meet the clients in your environment; Link your offer to the environment; Promote your offer and the environment 2. Increase your company's environmental management: Develop your own route map; Make the clients participants 3. Support the local economy: Use your installation while respecting the local environment; Support local causes; Contribute to the local economy.
Strategic Planning for Destination Development & Marketing
Subject:Hotel & Tourism Management Paper: Destination Management
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[Challenge:Future] sustainable development strategy
Challenge:Future solution video. More at www.challengefuture.org
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Video #20 Tourism Planning (12 narrated slides, 9:21)
URL: http://youtu.be/oOkCuivTCmY S-1: Welcome to video #20 in my series of presentations that will attempt to “demystify tourism”. I’m Dr. Stan McGahey, the creator and narrator of the videos. Their content is based on my professional experiences in more than 80 countries on 6 continents. S-2: The reason for TP, is that tourism develops and grows on its own, and it generates major impacts. TP understands the current situation, determines where a destination wants to go, and then picks the best courses of action to accomplish. Tourism that is well-planned in the best interest of all the destination’s stakeholders, generates more positive, and sustainable, economic, socio-cultural, and environmental impacts. If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. S-3: If tourism is just starting, there is often a lack of funding or expertise. If tourism is already established, stakeholders may question the need for a plan, as they prefer to spend money on promotion. Many stakeholders have conflicting interest, are small businesses, focus only on their specific segment, get a large share of their business from locals, or are only seasonal. S-4: TP is based on research, assessment, and stakeholder input. It enables a destination to identify alternative approaches and select the most appropriate ones to proceed, with orderly development, and optimize the return on its resources. Planning can also create consensus, unity, and a common sense of purpose among the destination’s many moving parts. S-5: All of tourism’s stakeholders should be involved in TP. Governments for funding, legal framework, and coordination and liaison. Businesses for the reality of the marketplace. Tourism organizations, hospitality associations, and tourism consultants for their unique perspectives. Tourism-related groups, special interest groups, and non-profits organizations should have their voices heard, and the local people must ensure the actions discussed consider their biggest dreams and worst fears. S-6: TP at all levels comes under the national tourism policy and other economic development plans. TP is most effective when it includes participation from all its stakeholders. When a top-down government approach is used, it disenfranchises those with the most to gain, or lose, and it undermines community support by denying local ownership. TP must also incorporate sustainable tourism for lasting positive impacts. S-7: TP begins with a situation analysis: “where are we now”. A SWOT Analysis tells the destination’s internal strengths and weaknesses and external opportunities and threats. Reviews of existing tourism policies and plans, and inventories of the Four Operational Sectors, institutional elements, and infrastructure are also conducted. Tourism resources are mapped, zones are created, and comparative advantages are identified. Competition is researched and markets are analyzed for product-market matches. S-8: TP evolves from the destination’s vision. It utilizes the situation analysis and research to create a new vision. Visioning helps create a more specific plan, Government officials and consultants lead this step with input from all stakeholders. Synthesis creates a workable plan based on position statements that contribute to a broader vision statement. S-9: This part of TP planning expands the Goals, Strategies, and Objectives made while formulating tourism policy. The duration of tourism plans ranges from 1, 3, or 5 years to 10 or 20 years, depending on area covered and purpose. Goals are long-term and are the major components of all plans. Strategies explain how goals will be achieved. Objectives have a shorter horizon and are more easily measured than the goals they are meant to achieve. S-10: A tourism plan is a technical report that describes everything necessary to achieve the plan’s goals, strategies, and objectives. Major sections include development of tourism products, source markets, branding, promotions, distribution, institutional elements, community awareness, and education and training with timelines and funding needs for each. Many plans require environmental and socio-cultural impact assessments. Tourism plans are written by a government tourism official or consultant, but many are never implemented. S-11: Monitoring a tourism plan’s goals and objectives is performed by the government agency in charge of implementation and are modified accordingly. Evaluation comes after implementation. Each goal and objective is measured, stakeholders are surveyed, and meetings are held to discuss the findings. Lessons learned and incomplete goals can be worked into the next plan. S-12: Although the steps and procedures involved in the planning process differ among destinations, its main purpose remains the same: to provide a blueprint for organized tourism development that follows the most appropriate course of action. Now I invite you to watch Video #21: Tourism Development. Thank you!
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#ITCbooks: Sustainable development through tourism
This is the international year of sustainable tourism. The sector accounts for 30% of services trade around the world. This joint report by the International Trade Centre and the World Tourism Organization calls for coordinated action around tourism export strategies and illustrates how policies affect both tourists and businesses. Read the full report here: http://www.intracen.org/publication/Tourism-and-Trade-A-Global-Agenda-for-Sustainable-Development/
Alexandrine Wan: Sustainable Tourism Development : We Believe in the MANA
Alexandrine WAN was born and raised in French Polynesia. She has deep knowledge in the tourism industry with a specialization in sustainable tourism, for which she is currently completing a Graduate Certificate at the University of Harvard. While discovering the world in every angle, Alexandrine strengthened her knowledge in Hong Kong, Thailand, California and France with the biggest hospitality brand around the world. From understanding the needs of a population in remote areas to developing creative outlet and strategies to implement tourism in a sustainable matter. _____________________ For more information, visit https://seasteading.org To support the project, go to https://seasteading.org/donate Buy the book "Seasteading: How Floating Nations Will Restore the Environment, Enrich the Poor, Cure the Sick, and Liberate Humanity from Politicians" https://www.seasteading.org/book/ Learn more about the company building the first Seastead at Blue Frontiers: https://www.blue-frontiers.com Follow us on social media. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seasteading/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seasteadinginstitute/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/seasteading
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Protecting the Great Barrier Reef - Tourism
Tourism operators are helping to implement Australia’s long-term plan to protect and manage the Great Barrier Reef now and for future generations. Everyone has a part to play. To find out how tourism operators are helping to manage and protect Australia’s majestic Great Barrier Reef, visit, http://www.environment.gov.au/marine/gbr
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Tourism for SDGS Platform – Introduction video
The ‘Tourism for SDGs platform’(www.tourism4sdgs.org )- developed by UNWTO with the support of the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs of Switzerland – is aimed at policy makers, international organizations, academia, donors, companies and all tourism stakeholders and encourages them to engage in SDG implementation strategies. The platform’s three main features, Learn, Share and Act, are also calls for action, conversation and collaboration towards a sustainable tourism sector. #Tourism4SDGs
Destination Development and its components
Subject:Hotel & Tourism Management Paper: Tourism planning and sustainable tourism
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"Strategies for Development of Sustainable Adventure Tourism in the District of Berat"
Greetings by Mr. Danilo Barmaz, Honored Guest of the conference President of the Italian Rafting Federation: " Cooperation through F.I. Raft - ARF" www.fshr.al
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Workshop on Sustainable Tourism - Trento 11 june 2010 - 1/2
On June 11th 2010 Autonomous Province of Trento and University of Trento hosted the International Workshop "Sustainable Tourism practice for the development of marginal regions" in the framework of the European project "Listen to the Voice of Villages". The project's goal is to rethink and experiment new governance strategies in marginal areas for the development of sustainable tourism products. Montaggio: Luigi Fortarel Riprese: Roberto Buffa
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Planning for tourism Destinations
Subject:Hotel & Tourism Management Paper:Tourism planning and sustainable tourism
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Macro-Regional Strategies – A Recipe For Success In the Tourism Industry?  🇬🇧
Transnational cooperation is essential for a sustainable tourism development in Europe. The interregional expert exchange provides insights and success factors of the four macro-regional strategies and creates incentives for a more regular exchange at policy level. Moderated by: Joanna Mouliou, Programme Manager - EU Policies, European Commission Panel guests: Gerd Lange, EUSBSR Coordinator for Policy Area Tourism, Ministry of Economics, Employment and Health, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Mag. Bernhard Lehofer, Head of Financial & Administrative Department, Regional Development, ITG: innovation consulting and location development Alessandra Priante, International Relations: UNWTO, OECD, Europe, Ministry of Culture, Cultural Heritage and Tourism of Italy Lyubomir Sirakov, EUSDR PA 3 Coordinator, Ministry of Tourism of Bulgaria www.itb-convention.com
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Strategies for Sustainable Development -- Infrastructure, Tourism and Green Growth - Charmaine GOMES
Building a More Resilient Pacific in the 21st Century World Order. On the occasion of our Asia Pacific Forum held last July 5 and 6 on the island of Tahiti in French Polynesia.
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Strategies for Sustainable Development -- Infrastructure, Tourism and Green Growth - Jorge QUIROGA
Building a More Resilient Pacific in the 21st Century World Order. On the occasion of our Asia Pacific Forum held last July 5 and 6 on the island of Tahiti in French Polynesia.
Views: 74 Ambroise Colombani
The Next Generation of Tourism Marketing - iLandGuide
iLandGuide is a digital travel guide application for smartphone user tourists on vacation islands all over the World. Also it's a new, revolutionary way for the local businesses to communicate their products and services to thousands of tourists. Check out more on our website. http://advertise.ilandguide.com
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Strategies for Sustainable Development -- Infrastructure, Tourism and Green Growth - Jorge QUIROGA
Building a More Resilient Pacific in the 21st Century World Order. On the occasion of our Asia Pacific Forum held last July 5 and 6 on the island of Tahiti in French Polynesia.
Views: 372 Ambroise Colombani
Marketing for Sustainable Tourism
Marketing for Sustainable Tourism. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 25(7), 869. (Xavier, 2017)
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Strategies for Sustainable Development - Tourism and Green Growth - Lavea Iosefa MAIAVA
Building a More Resilient Pacific in the 21st Century World Order. On the occasion of our Asia Pacific Forum held last July 5 and 6 on the island of Tahiti in French Polynesia.
Views: 106 Ambroise Colombani
Types of tourism Planning
Subject: B.A. Tourism Course Name: Tourism Planning Policies and Strategies Keyword: Swayamprabha
Sustainable Tourism  Breakthroughs in Research and Practice
Sustainable Tourism: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice Information Resources Management Association (USA) Release Date: December, 2018 Copyright: © 2019 Pages: 525 ISBN13: 978-1-5225-7504-7 ISBN10: 1-5225-7505-7 EISBN13: 978-1-5225-7505-4 http://services.igi-global.com/resolvedoi/resolve.aspx?doi=10.4018/978-1-5225-7504-7&redirectifunowned=true ___________ Description: Many countries rely on cultural sites and destinations to support their economies. However, they are faced with the ongoing challenge of sustaining tourist attractions and maintaining the equilibrium between the local community and tourist populations. Sustainable Tourism: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice features current research that takes an in-depth look at cooperative strategies and governance for conserving and promoting tourism within both developed and developing economies. Highlighting a range of topics such as tourism development, environmental protection, and responsible hospitality, this publication is an ideal reference source for entrepreneurs, business managers, economists, business professionals, policymakers, academicians, researchers, and graduate-level students interested in the latest research on sustainable tourism. ___________ Topics Covered: • Business Awareness • Cultural Heritage Tourism • Economic Impact of Tourism • Ecotourism • Environmental Protection • Knowledge Management • Responsible Hospitality • Socio-Economics • Sustainable Management • Tourism Development
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Myanmar 2013 - A Blueprint for Sustainable Tourism
http://www.weforum.org/ A Blueprint for Sustainable Tourism In 2011, 42% of travellers in the region came from within ASEAN. What measures are needed to further this growth potential and establish an integrated community? Dimensions to be addressed: - Promoting ease of mobility - Developing new models for job creation - Branding ASEAN destinations • Anthony F. Fernandes, Group Chief Executive Officer, AirAsia, Malaysia; Co- Chair of the World Economic Forum on East Asia; Young Global Leader Alumnus • U Htay Aung, Union Minister of Hotels and Tourism of Myanmar; Global Agenda Council on New Models of Travel & Tourism • Ramon R. Jimenez Jr., Secretary of Tourism of the Philippines • Sébastien Marot, Executive Director, Friends-International, Cambodia; Social Entrepreneur • Mari Elka Pangestu, Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia; Global Agenda Council on New Models of Travel & Tourism Moderated by • Geoffrey Lipman, President, International Council of Tourism Partners, Belgium; Global Agenda Council on New Models of Travel & Tourism
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Vital Wave Consulting - Sustainable Tourism
Vital Wave Consulting (vitalwaveconsulting.com) is the leading advisor to tourism interests active in emerging markets. Our strategic plans and business analyses are shaping the evolution of the tourism economy in countries from Latin America to Asia. Working with global companies, governments and development organizations, Vital Wave Consulting and its clients are leading innovation in the tourism sector. Core to the company's offering in the field of sustainable tourism is product development and resource assessment. The firm's methodology is based on principles of competitive tourism market development. In support of this approach, Vital Wave Consulting's Christina Heyniger led the creation of the Adventure Tourism Development Index (ATDI), a global benchmarking of countries based on these principles. Policymakers and business people use the ATDI to guide development decisions and gauge new markets for nature tourism.
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Strategies for maximising tourisms positive impacts.
This is a short movie made to help students understand the strategies for maximising tourism's positive impacts. This is part of Unit 12 Responsible Tourism unit. This movie was made by David Brice, lecturer in travel and tourism at Leeds City College.
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Workshop on Sustainable Tourism, Trento 11 june 2010 - 1/2
On June 11th 2010 Autonomous Province of Trento and University of Trento hosted the International Workshop "Sustainable Tourism practice for the development of marginal regions" in the framework of the European project "Listen to the Voice of Villages". The project's goal is to rethink and experiment new governance strategies in marginal areas for the development of sustainable tourism products.
Views: 193 PATrento
ITB CSR Day - Climate Change: Mitigation Strategies For The Global Tourism Industry (EN)
The challenges of global climate change are justifiably being given even more scrutiny in recent political, social and economic discussions. The global tourism industry is both responsible for and affected by climate change – an active discussion about climate change is therefore essential. Which tourism regions are especially affected by climate change? How should transportation systems be enhanced, so that a climate-friendly transport of tourists can take place? What needs to take place in the hotel industry so that, for example, customer comfort and energy efficiency are no longer mutually exclusive? Introduction & Moderation: Prof. Dr. Stefan Gössling, Sustainable Tourism Researcher, Lund University Sweden Panel guests: Andreas Koch, Managing Director, blueContec GmbH Prof. Paul Peeters, Associate Professor Sustainable Transport and Tourism, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Member of the ICAO/CAEP Working Group on Fuel Efficiency Standards in Aviation Moosa Zameer Hassan, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Tourism, Maldives
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An Arrey Mbongaya Ivo film on Sustainable Strategies and Practices for Development 19.mp4
This Arrey Mbongaya Ivo film focuses on the presentation of Benjamin Jahin Jom and David Chick of BIPAHET-CIG at the Conference on Sustainable Strategies and Practices for Development organized by African Centre for Community and Development Theme: Sustainable tourism, Tourism, Eco-tourism http://www.africancentreforcommunity.com , http://youtube.com/AfricanCentreforCom
A strategic look at destination marketing | Aaron Nissen | #SoMeT14AU Barossa Valley, Australia
The Social Media Tourism Symposium, known as SoMeT, is the only conference of its kind that provides an opportunity for destinations and tourism businesses to share ideas and learn how to leverage social media within the tourism industry. SoMeT attracts leaders in destination marketing from around the world. SoMeT conferences take place three times a year in Australia, Europe and North America. The event features the best presenters, case studies and campaigns to create world-class programs. Our attendees form a year-round, passionate community whose members continue to share ideas and insight long after a conference ends. Learn more about SoMeT's global conferences: http://www.sometourism.com/ Follow SoMeT on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SoMeTourism Like SoMeT on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SoMeTourism
Achieving a Sustainable Future: The Federal Sustainable Development Strategy
The Federal Sustainable Development Strategy (FSDS) is our primary vehicle for sustainable development planning and reporting. It sets out our sustainable development priorities, establishes goals and targets, and identifies actions to achieve them. Transcript: The Federal Government’s Sustainable Development Strategy is your complete guide to your government’s sustainability priorities. It outlines how we are: • Taking real action on climate change – starting by greening government operations; • Supporting clean growth, investing in resilient infrastructure, and providing access to clean energy; • Protecting our oceans, our lakes and our rivers; • Ensuring all Canadians have access to clean drinking water; • Making sustainable food a priority; • Managing our vast and diverse lands and protecting our biodiversity; • Addressing harmful substances to help ensure Canadians live in communities that support good health and well-being; • Advancing reconciliation and renewing a nation-to-nation relationship with Indigenous Peoples. But we can’t achieve these goals alone. Everyone has a role to play—provinces and territories, businesses, scientists… and above all—every Canadian. So check out our Federal Sustainable Development Strategy. Get tips on what you can do to make your community more sustainable. Get inspired. Together, we will achieve a sustainable future for Canada. https://www.canada.ca/en/services/environment/conservation/sustainability/federal-sustainable-development-strategy.html?utm_campaign=eccc-fsds_20160216_enviro_nat-res&utm_source=unspecified&utm_medium=online_vanity-url&utm_content=canada-ca-federal-sustainable-development-strategy
Sustainability Marketing - K06E02 - Strategies
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Webinar on Sustainable Tourism at Tahoe and Baikal
This seminar on Sustainable Tourism is the first in a series of six similar web discussions between counterparts at Lake Baikal and Lake Tahoe facilitated by the Tahoe-Baikal Institute and Baikal Environmental Wave. These webinars are part of a joint project entitled "International Grassroots Collaboration on Sustainable Development,"which is supported by a grant from the Eurasia Foundation's Civil Society Partnership Program. For more information about our overall project, including the agenda and participant list form this call, please visit www.baikaltahoe.org Note: Due to technical difficulties, the video recording starts about 5 or 10 minutes into the conversation, while the participants from Baikalsk are talking about examples of successful sustainable tourism development in their city.
Sustainability Strategies (The challenges & Success)
Ahmed Al Mahmood Strategic Planning Advisor & Chancellor Government of Sharjah, U.A.E Alleem Business Congress: 10th Annual Sustainable Development Congress. Presentation: Sustainability Strategies (The challenges & Success) Ahmad Al-Mahmood, an outstanding trainer & senior experience in strategic planning & training organization leaders. At Sharjah International Airport Authority, Ahmed established its new strategy on international standards. In Ajman Tourism Department (ATDD), he developed its new strategy to follow Ajman vision 2021 as a trust from His Highness Shaik Abdul Aziz bin Humaid Al Nuaimi (chairman of ATDD) & His Excellency Faisal Al Nuaimi (General Director of ATDD) resulting in correcting the strategic view of tourism & hospitality sector in Ajman in 2017. Ahmed works with Finance Department of Sharjah as a Strategic Planning Chancellor & Advisors.
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