Poverty and unemployment can drive people to extreme lengths, to meet basic needs. Sustainable tourism companies see this as an opportunity to help out by providing productive employment and training. By employing locals, social enterprises embrace people from impoverished communities
Women make up close to half of the human population and yet, many continue to be mere spectators instead of being active participants in their country’s progress, especially in the developing world. Empowering tourism businesses and platforms help women to
Governments and social organizations have made significant strides in lifting millions out of extreme poverty globally. Often, the rural poor depend on surrounding natural resources for a living, and any form of environmental degradation has a direct impact on their
Stories and examples of tourism businesses and sustainability changemakers actively working towards reducing inequality within and among countries (UNSDG 10).
Jorge Moller Rivas on the current state of tourism sustainability in Chile and why community engagement is key to promoting responsible tourism.