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- Integrating sustainable consumption and production (SCP) patterns in tourism related policies and frameworks
- Collaboration among stakeholders for the improvement of the tourism sector’s SCP performance
- Fostering the application of guidelines, tools and technical solutions to improve, prevent and mitigate tourism impacts and to mainstream SCP patterns among tourism stakeholders
- Enhancing sustainable tourism investment and financing
Integrating sustainable consumption and production (SCP) patterns in tourism related policies and frameworks
Travelling responsibly can provide a richer holiday experience. The Responsible Tourist gives you the tools you need to make an informed decision about your holiday. The book describes how to find a responsible destination, how to find and use online booking platforms that promote sustainable holidays, and how to find and book directly with a responsible hotel or tour operator.
10YFP STP Portfolio: The Responsible Tourist e-book: How to find, book and get the most from your holiday
Travelling responsibly can provide an enriching holiday experience. Instead of just being a passing traveler, tourists can positively contribute to the wellbeing of places and people they visit.
“The Responsible Tourist,” released in May 2016, provides travelers with the tools they need to make informed decisions about their holidays. The book gives recommendations on finding responsible destinations, using online booking platforms that promote sustainable holidays, and booking directly with a responsible hotel or tour operator.
Sardinia was until 2003 in the rearguard of Italy and Europe in terms of waste management. With a separate collection rate of 3.8%, this popular tourist island used to send all the remaining waste to landfills and incineration. However, a strategy based on the promotion of separate collection with particular attention to bio-waste, and a carefully designed system of incentives in combination with several municipalities championing the transition towards zero waste, is delivering results. In 2016
In this third annual edition, the One Planet - Sustainable Tourism Programme magazine presents the highlights of the network’s activities during 2017-2018. Featuring the new strategy 2018-2022 “One Plan for One Planet”, this publication spotlights also the four principle tenets of the Kasane Call to Action on Sustainable Tourism: “#TheTourismWeWant”: Lead, Innovate, Finance, Empower (“LIFE”) and presents world-leading achievements on the ground under each action lever.
Protected area agencies in countries worldwide are expected to make most of these areas available for visitors as well as for achieving conservation goals. Managing the expectations, design and operations of infrastructure in and around heavily visited protected areas can present a substantial technical and political challenge for protected area agencies. This volume aims to provide practical advice on how to address these issues.