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Silencing Environmental Criticism

Tony Ward discusses the views of environmental scientist Dr. Mike Joy in relation to our tourism industry and 100% Pure branding by Tourism New Zealand.

Why Tourism Can And Will Change Its Operating Model

Anna Pollock continues her discussion on Conscious Travel and why the Tourism industry can and will change it’s operating model

Screw Tourism As Usual – 2012 is the Year to Make That Happen

Anna Pollock offers her thoughts and predictions for 2012 regarding business, capitalism and the Conscious Travel movement providing further thought provoking considerations for tourism entrepreneurs.

Preview: Responsible Tourism Week 2012

Responsible Tourism Week is an online unconference exploring down-to-earth applications of noble concepts including responsible tourism, conscious travel, local travel and ecotourism with practical and inexpensive social media. Everyone’s invited.

Conscious Travel: The What and the Why

The operating model that has created a global tourism industry is dying and a new model is emerging. The rules of the game are being re-invented, right now.

2011 Responsible Tourism Week: Feb 14-18

Fall in love with responsible tourism. The dates are set for the next Responsible Tourism Week. This unconventional, online unconference takes place Feb 14-18, 2011.

carboNZero = Green As Bro!

Rob Grieve from Kiwi does it describes why they have chosen to be a sustainable business achieving carboNZero certification and how he’d like to get his tourism industry partners to do the same…

Ecotourism: Sustainability Should Be Inclusive Not Exclusive

Are we doing enough to maintain our ‘Clean, Green’ image through eco tourism, and is it financially viable? Sustainability should be inclusive not exclusive.

What Do Ecotourists Expect Out of a Tourism Product?

An article based on anecdotal evidence of 12 years in the ecotourism industry as a guide with some useful points to consider about what Ecotourists want from tourism products.

Eco-Tourism : How do we define it?

This term is being used more and more as the awareness of the planet to all things environmental increases. Terms like sustainable tourism and nature based tourism can confuse things but ecotourism attempts to include a number of aspects.