Monthly Archives: November 2008

The Real Deal – Leeds and Faversham

Leeds: “A thriving cultural city where locals play pavement chess, people thank the bus driver (and the bus driver calls them �luv�) and where the tourist can experience a different way of living in a city.” I nominated Leeds as … Continue reading

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The Danger of Carbon Credits

This week the UK government has led the world and held the first auction of carbon credits. The British government has auctioned the right to produce 4,000,000 tonnes of carbon for �54,400,000. Using the British government�s DEFRA standard, that amounts … Continue reading

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The Responsible Tourism Movement Comes of Age

This year for the first time Responsible Tourism was addressed across all four days of the World Travel Market and there was a Responsible Tourism Fringe event on the Tuesday evening. On Monday the WTM published the WTM Global Trends … Continue reading

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WTM World Responsible Tourism Day

Today saw the Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards, Ed Fuller of Marriottt in the Hot Seat and two panels chaired by Stephen Sackur of BBC World and the ICRT WTMWRTD Reception….. and the presentation of thought provoking Hard Rain � … Continue reading

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Harold Goodwin