Category: Destination Stewardship Report

Livingstone, Zambia Creates a ‘Forest of Faces’

Just 10km away from Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Livingstone relies on tourism for its main economic activity. However, the town of Victoria Falls across the Zambezi River in Zimbabwe had been getting most of the tourism traffic. So how does Livingstone draw those people back in?

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Revitalizing the Kypseli Neighborhood in Athens

Destination Stewardship Report – Vol. 3 No. 2 – Fall 2022 Another winner from the Top 100 – Every year, Green Destinations organizes the Top 100 Destination Sustainability Stories competition, which invites submissions from around the world – a vetted collection of stories spotlighting local and regional destinations that are

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A Revealing Ocean View of Tourism

A “High Level” international Ocean Panel has come out with a blunt change-your-ways-or-else report aimed at the customary models for coastal and marine tourism. Norwegian journalist and consultant-participant Arild Molstad sums up the content and opines about its implications for any destination with a port and a coast. A powerful

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Destination Stewardship Report
Jonathan Tourtellot

Changes at the Destination Stewardship Report

The Summer (Q3) 2022 issue marking the third year of the Destination Stewardship Report has just been emailed, with the usual array of fascinating stories of ways to improve destination stewardship. We have useful lessons and examples from Malaysia, Greece, Brazil, and North Carolina, USA, as well insights on how

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Disaster Recovery in Evia, Greece

How to provide a roadmap for a sustainable tourism recovery adapted to the characteristics of the place and based on an analysis of the responses from other destinations who have experienced natural disasters.

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