World Responsible Tourism Day supporters around the world – from Brazil to Burma, Athens to Andalusia – are staging their own events to mark the day.
Alexey Nikiforov talks to Jeremy Smith about the responsible tourism company he founded in the Lake Baikal region of Russia, Absolute Siberia.
Icelandic travel company Elding offers responsible whale watching and is admirably open about its position on many issues – from whale meat to gay rights
Across the world our supporters hold World Responsible Tourism Day events in their communities to raise awareness of issues tourism can address. These are 5 of our favourites from 2013.
Each month we feature a Logo user for World Responsible Tourism Day. But the growth of this initiative means most of the stories are still to be told. Next week at World Responsible Tourism Day is the chance to hear many more first hand.
Done right, safari is a very powerful tool for combining conservation with community development. And when you look at the various industry awards announced each year, one name keeps being repeated – Wilderness Safaris.
Responsibility is judged on how I behave towards those others with whom I have relationships – my colleagues, friends, staff, guests, suppliers, community and the wider environment. What makes me responsible (or not) is how I choose… to respond.