Felipe Vera Soto in this interview introduces us to sustainable tourism initiatives in Chile and explains how the award-winning community of Natales in Southern Chile approaches destination sustainability.
Benjamin Lephilibert wasn’t always into sustainability, but things changed when he took on a position at a hotel in Bangkok. Since then he’s been on a mission to help hotels become more sustainable, an despecially to reduce their food waste. More in this interview.
Marina Novelli, Professor of Tourism and International Development at the University of Brighton in the UK, in this interview shares her thoughts on the current state of (sustainable) tourism development in Africa, the issue of overtourism and other topics in need of investigation.
Joao Ministro in this interview shares his experience of working in rural development and responsible tourism in the Algarve region of Portugal.
Dr Peter Brandauer in this interview illustrates how the small alpine community of Werfenweng in Austria uses soft mobility accross the tourism destination.