Tag: Sustainable Destinations

Djurgården Muestra Cómo Colaborar

EN     ES Cuando se trataba de planificar la sostenibilidad del destino, las más de 60 empresas del centenario parque Djurgården de Estocolmo plantearon un desafío de cooperación. Camilla Zedendahl y Karin Sallander, de la Royal Djurgården Society, explican lo que se necesita para ayudar a las empresas turísticas a pensar

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Djurgården Shows How To Collaborate

EN     ES When it came to planning for destination sustainability, the 60-plus businesses of Stockholm’s centuries-old Djurgården park posed a cooperation challenge. Camilla Zedendahl and Karin Sallander of the Royal Djurgården Society explain what it takes to help their park’s independent tourism enterprises think long-term together and act accordingly. At

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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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Destination Stewardship Report
Tiffany Chan

Doing It Better: Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Iceland

On a long, skinny Icelandic peninsula, five small municipalities have teamed up to create a modest destination stewardship council and supporting network. Tiffany Chan explores the Snæfellsnes model of sustainable collaboration – a work in progress that has already earned a platinum sustainability rating. The eighth in our series on destination stewardship councils.

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Teton County Stewardship Journal

A 10-year journal relates what it takes to align a destination’s differing stakeholders and separate agendas into a coherent sustainability program in Teton county, Wyoming, USA – better known as Jackson Hole, gateway to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks.

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Doing It Better: Sedona, Arizona

Prompted by a restive citizenry and a responsive city council, the DMO for the city of Sedona, in Arizona’s popular Red Rock country, now acts in effect as a destination stewardship council. That’s unusual. For part of our ongoing project to profile places with effective, holistic management, Sarah-Jane Johnson takes a deep dive into Sedona’s story. This is the sixth in the Destination Stewardship Center’s profiles of exemplary places with collaborative destination management in the spirit of GSTC’s Destination Criterion A1.

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Jonathan Tourtellot

Just Out: the Autumn Destination Stewardship Report

How can destinations plan better for a post-Covid recovery? What have we learned about tourism during the ongoing crisis? The Autumn edition of the GSTC/DSC-sponsored Destination Stewardship Report addresses both those questions with examples and practical guidance:

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