For development pros, Myanmar is among the hottest places to be. Because the country has been closed off for so long, the potential for tourism is immense. In this interview, sustainable tourism consultant Paul Rogers tells us what got him
Admittedly, Professor Geoffrey Lipman is one of those persons whose professional experience and biography are more suited for a book and hardly fit into a single interview. His story is certainly among the most intriguing we have come across so far in our interview series with sustainable tourism thinkers, shakers and doers.
The United Nations are about to update their sustainability Millennium Goals. In this guest post, Asia-Pacific sustainable tourism development expert Steve Noakes explains which of the new sustainable development goals are particularly important in the tourism context. United Nations: 17
Just as we finished jotting down our reflections on the Gringo Trails documentary about the impact of tourism around the world, another documentary, Bye Bye Barcelona, appeared, claiming that citizens of Barcelona, the much loved Catalan capital, are increasingly disenchanted
Congratulations. Together with the rest of us you have entered The Age of Sustainable Development. It is now safe (and strongly recommended) to refresh your mindset and to register for the exciting free online course offered by Earth Institute Director
What does Islam have to do with sustainable development and the ongoing economic, financial and environmental crises? A lot, as Professor Odeh Rashed Al-Jayyousi explains in his new book on Islam and Sustainable Development (Transformation and Innovation) (Gower, 2012). Unhappy with