Anna Spenceley in this interview shares insights from her work as sustainable tourism consultant and her experiences of helping organisations, destinations and tourism businesses around the world to become more sustainable.
Jeremy Sampson of the Travel Foundation illustrates how we can reduce the invisible burden of traditional forms of tourism, and how locals and the environment can benefit from sustainable tourism.
How Muna Haddad works towards helping local communities benefit from the visitor economy of a booming Jordan tourism, by setting up rural businesses.
Jeremy Smith discusses how small but significant changes in the way we travel can bring positive influence and a transformative change at a time when the climate emergency is getting more serious.
Kirsi Hyvaerinen reflects on her many years of experience working at the coalface of sustainable tourism, illustrates how sustainability has moved from niche subject to mainstream concern and emphasizes the importance of accountability and transparency.