Monthly Archives: August 2012

Ethical traveller: Getting a degree in sustainable travel

Lori Robertson has published a piece which leads with a piece about the MSc in Responsible Tourism at Leeds Met – it is accessible from outside the UK at www.bbc.com/travel/blog/20120822-ethical-traveller-getting-a-degree-in-sustainable-travel For some, travelling is a calling — not just to … Continue reading

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The Olympics and Inclusion

It is the morning after the night before, the morning after the big party at the end of the Olympics. Most of us in Britain are amazed at how well British athletes did in the Games and by our evident … Continue reading

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Are tourists and tourism businesses freeloaders?

The WTTC and UNWTO led the way in establishing the idea that tourism is the world’s biggest industry, or at least one of the largest. It was Sir Colin Marshall, then chairman of British Airways, who let the cat out … Continue reading

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Mosquitoes, Machine Guns and Marmalade

Responsible Tourism is about taking responsibility, doing what you can to use tourism to make our world a better place. Responsible Tourism is a movement of people, holidaymakers, travellers, guides and businesses committed to do what they can to make … Continue reading

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