The “Coast Project” of UNWTO proposes the development and implementation mechanism for sustainable tourism governance and management in coastal areas to increase job prosperity and incomes.
Science & Policy
fifth edition of FITUR Green, aims to bring innovation in sustainability to the tourism sector in order to enhance the competitiveness of businesses and destinations, and to share current trends on expectations and demands of tourists.
The United Nation World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has focused on the development of a tourism sustainable and well planned in the Small Island Developing States (SIDS)to promote their economic grow.
The first UNWTO Conference on Spiritual Tourism for Sustainable Development has focused on ways in which living culture, traditions and beliefs can be integrated into tourism while respecting of sustainability environmental.
The World Tourism Organization documents the The Silk Road Program. It is an initiative to enhance sustainable tourism development along the historic Silk Road route to develop local communities and resources.
Climate change, acidification, warming and deoxygenation are the biggest threats to our ocean’s health, which are leading to coral bleaching and infact over 75 percent of the world’s reefs are already at risk. Sustainable business practices could be a solution.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) documents The World Tourism Day in Maldives. It was dedicated to “Tourism and Water- Protecting Our Common Future”. Stakeholders called for efforts in water preservation.
UNWTO Knowledge Network and the UNWTO.TedQual Programme Network support innovation in policy, governance and other key areas of tourism and aim to develop the best practices in innovative tourism research, education and training.
The importance of tourism as a potential driving force in the socio-economic development of third world countries makes possible that it can be an avenue to decrease the poverty, and the project of WTO aims to it.
A conference by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) took place in Cambodia to discuss about the responsible tourism and the cultural, natural, historical heritage of the Asian Region.