6375Announcement from a VISION for Sustainable Tourism: Editor's must reads - Cruises 0 Expo1
- May 21, 2014Hello Green travellers
How many people know that it's Expo2015 in Milan next year? Scheduled to
bring 20 million tourists and focused on food and sustainability - how could
it miss? Neat combination of corruption and rubbish marketing really -
that's how it could miss - still there's a little time left and that Nice Mr
Renzi (translation Blair) is taking it in hand now the clock's ticking
Interesting week - I heard Agenda 21 mentioned by a Eurocrat in Cheltenham
(cheers!) and looked at a tourism project in Piedmonte where sustainable
tourism and integration were in the same sentence. Wonders will never cease!
I heartily recommend our website http://www.totemtourism.com interviews,
stories, offers - worthwhile or they wouldn't be there!
This week's news:
The writing is on the wall. Tide of opinion rises against cruises:
Tourism needs to help more than hurt. Partnership to keep kids safe from
Fun, inspirational and effective: Unique new destination marketing
initiative unveiled: http://bit.ly/1lE4xQc
Oxymoron or progress? Airline wins sustainability award:
A free perception-changing opportunity for ANY destination - Keys to
successful destination management revealed - get Free report:
This is a heartwarming story: Lao Star is Asia tourism's face of the future:
He¹s in his element in Milan! Prince Harry chats at expo 2015 event:
The natural world - our most powerful ally: long distance travelers feed
$55billion global ecotourism opportunities: http://bit.ly/1jClMpu
Marketing is a very sustainable word! Want to get high-spending green
tourists for your sustainable offer?: http://bit.ly/1gO2xJA
Sensational scenery beckons. On yer bike: free-wheeling coast to coast in
uk's Geordieland this summer: http://bit.ly/ShSW24
Economic sustainability is important too - Sustainable ROI top of bill at
That's it for today
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