In this interview, we hear from Sheikh Hd. Monzurul Huq, Professor at the Department of Geography and Environment at Jahangirnagar University in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Drawing from his academic tourism background, Monzur shares his thoughts on the current state of sustainable tourism research and practice in Asia, the main sustainability challenges in tourism development, and the opportunities.
Interview with Asia ecotourism expert and tourism consultant Gracie Geikie on the current state of ecotourism development in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo.
In this interview, Glenn Jampol shares his experiences in sustainable tourism, both past and present, and the successes and challenges he has faced along the way. He also explains what sets GEN – the recently founded Global Ecotourism Network – apart from other organizations in the sustainable tourism world and why it fills an important void.
Ecotourism expert Glenn Jampol shares his thoughts on the development of sustainable tourism in Costa Rica over the last decades.
Ecotourism as opportunity for the sustainable development of tourism in South Korea and Asia generally is one key focus of this Sustainability Leaders interview with Dr. Mihee Kang. Mihee, a research professor at Seoul National University, also introduces us to her initiative the Playforest Cooperative, aimed at demonstrating how nature-based tourism can benefit all, especially local communities.
How to develop ecotourism in Asia to support the region’s sustainable tourism development? This question seems crucial considering the rich cultural and natural heritage available across the Asian continent. Unfortunately, much of that opportunity hasn’t yet been seized, tells us Dr Mihee Kang, research professor at Seoul National University and one of South Korea’s ecotourism leaders.