Environment and Climate
Planting trees during the crisis: A reforestation project organised by this year’s TO DO Award winner Rutas Ancestrales Araucarias in Chile generates new income for Mapuche families.
In the middle of the COVID-19 crisis hotels start to integrate disaster preparedness systematically in their strategies and actions.
In an interview with Naturefriends International, Adamah Bah explains the severe impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Gambian people and outlines what the future of tourism should look like.
The initiative Tourism Declares calls on the tourism industry to declare a climate emergency. Kasia Morgan explains, why climate protection is so important – especially in times of COVID-19.
This year's ITB Berlin, took place virtually from the 9 – 12 of March 2021. Tourism Watch participated with a virtual booth and own events.
A new study by Greenpeace Germany shows how a reduction of climate-damaging subsidies in Germany could relieve the federal government budget by up to 46 billion euros annually.
The Center for Responsible Travel (CREST) has published its annual report on the state of sustainable tourism in 2020.
Tourism experts and entrepreneurs from Thailand explain how their country manages the COVID crisis, with a particular focus on community-based tourism.
With their borders closed to international tourism, the people of Bali use their creativity and collaborative spirit and rely on domestic tourism.
Disrespectful behaviour, waste and noise pollution, lack of interest, and now COVID-19. In Brazil the risks that domestic tourism entails for traditional communities seem bigger than the opportunities.