Here’s our interview with Megan Epler Wood. We can’t help but marvel at the amount and quality of initiatives and programs that have evolved under Megan’s leadership – including The International Ecotourism Society, and more recently, the very promising International Sustainable Tourism Initiative at Harvard.
If there were an award for best networker in sustainable tourism, D’Arcy Dornan would have a good chance at taking it home. In this interview, the sustainability and tourism teacher, researcher and consultant shares his thoughts and expertise on sustainable tourism in Brazil and beyond.
In this interview, sustainable tourism communication expert Xavier Font reflects on his academic and consulting career, where he sees the main sustainability challenges and opportunities, and how tourism businesses and destinations should (not) communicate their sustainability initiatives. He also shares some useful tips for emerging sustainable tourism researchers and professionals, and how his consulting company, Respondeco, has helped more than 60 businesses and destinations around the world with their communication strategies.
Sustainability in tourism and travel is a broad and complex topic. Making sense of a myriad of daily announcements, awards, reports and developments requires a lot of experience and special skills. In this short interview, TravelMole sustainable tourism editor Valere Tjolle, as a catalyst and mentor, shares his story and reflects on tourism, sustainability initiatives and why so much still needs to be done, based on his almost 50 years of professional experience.