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Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mexico — Planning: Innovation in sustainable ocean planning to incentivize a shift to sustainable ocean tourism

Sustainable tourism development zones, an opportunity for a coastal and marine tourism model in Mexico In order to envision a shift towards a sustainable coastal tourism by 2030 we need to set specific goals that will assure results by 2025. This means that in the next three years we need to set the basic building […]

Patricio Azcárate Díaz de Losada — Planning: Innovation in sustainable ocean planning to incentivize a shift to sustainable ocean tourism

The Responsible Tourism Institute (RTI) was created in 1995 after the first World Charter for Sustainable Tourism with the mission to transfer the objectives established in the UN summits and charters to all the actors involved in this industry: public administrations, private companies, citizens and tourists. After more than 25 years of experience in this […]

Darrell Wade — Planning: Innovation in sustainable ocean planning to incentivize a shift to sustainable ocean tourism

How Antarctica Can Become An Example for Responsible Ocean Tourism  Antarctica has become a symbol for climate change—so how does a sustainable travel company balance operating trips in this fragile ecosystem with meeting its environmental and social responsibilities? This was the question Intrepid Travel asked—and that we continue to be asked by both internal and […]

Amy Trice — Planning: Innovation in sustainable ocean planning to incentivize a shift to sustainable ocean tourism

The complexity of ocean governance Sustainable coastal and marine tourism, the non-consumptive use of natural and cultural resources and systems, provides an opportunity to protect and conserve biodiversity and culture while supporting local and Indigenous economies[1]. This approach offers a tool to governments at all scales to avoid the binary choice of protect or exploit […]

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