Sustainable and accessible tourism between Australia, Italy and the United States.
Sustainable and accessible tourism between Australia, Italy and the United States. This month I wanted to delve into a topic that is very close to my heart and which I often fail to do so due to a lack of exciting initiatives. I was able to take the time to research the best and latest […]
Sustainable tourism examples and considerations 2023. Are you familiar with regenerative tourism?
Sustainable tourism examples and considerations 2023. Are you familiar with regenerative tourism? Have you ever heard of not just sustainable but regenerative tourism? This year (2023), I wanted to inspire and share valuable information about what is probably the newest and most exciting version of the sustainable approach to tourism. I am Sara, and on […]
Overtourism: Venice and Europe in 2022
Overtourism: Venice and Europe in 2022 I was in Venice in November, and apart from a much broader view of the lagoon (without huge boats), I have to say that as I imagined, the feeling of crowds, to use a term now in common usage, or more generally of ‘full of people’, ‘crowd bathing’ accompanied […]
Plastic sector in Italy and Europe
Today I wanted to delve into and share the topic of plastics, trying to stay as much as possible within the Italian, or at most European, framework. The report published in April 2022 by ECCO the Italian climate think tank is very useful and provided most of the information shared in this article. I have […]
Sustainable Tourism News: Queensland tourist Regions supported to achieve globally recognised ECO Destination Certification
In Italy, we keep discussing it..meanwhile in other counties, even if perfection does not exist.. Ecotourism Australia welcomes the announcement of the Eco-certified Tourism Destination program by the Queensland Government Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport (QTIS) in august, providing up to $1 million in funding for local government areas to participate or expand their […]
Are you familiar with the GRI criteria for measuring corporate social responsibility?
In this period (August/September), I wanted to delve into the subject of GRI standards because I consider them a very important tool for assessing the starting performance and subsequently the improvement or deterioration of the activity we are analysing. The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is an international non-profit organisation founded in 1997 in Boston to […]
Valuetur Interreg Project
This is an interesting INTERREG project between Spain and Portugal.In Rio Tinto, the added value is related to the fact that space agencies from all over the world have conducted several tests here to test equipment, suits and other facilities for space travel. Thus, they used this opportunity to create a tourism product, making the […]
Corporate Social Responsibility
Did you know that even the corporate world has been moving towards a more sustainable approach for some years? I am Sara, a consultant for the tourism sector, and on this site, I talk about tourism, sustainability, theory and practical ways to become a more sustainable operator. Before you continue, subscribe to the newsletter if […]
Sustainable Tourism News: Ecotourism Australia
Australian destinations recognised for global tourism sustainability standards Wadandi Pibelmen Country/Margaret River, Western AustraliaImage: Margaret River Discovery Co I am happy to share the press release I received from Ecotourism Australia mentioning two more destinations to achieve the globally recognised standard. Destinations across Australia are driving a national shift toward sustainable tourism, with two regions […]
What are greenhouse gases, and how can we reduce them?
In April (2022) I wanted to explore a topic that is very close to my heart: greenhouse gases, and in particular the relationship between these gases and the phenomenon of climate change. I chose this topic mainly because in the last few months we have been hearing more and more about the concept of carbon […]