Sustainable Travel International

Helping Improve 10 Million Lives

One in every 11 people depends on travel and tourism.  Creating the algorithm for identifying the hot spots for opportunity and the financial return can help bless the lives of many who live in those areas.

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Project Description:

  • The SDAA is focused on building local capacity and destination competitiveness, which includes the implementation of an extensive Destination Stewardship toolkit in each destination.
  • Aids in the design and implementation of solutions to tourism challenges that generate tangible, quantifiable results.
  • One in every 11 people depends on travel and tourism. Creating the algorithm for identifying the hot spots for opportunity and the financial return can help bless the lives of many who live in tourism areas.
  • We will measure impact of things like water, waste, effluents, energy usage, etc.

On Friday, May 26th @ 1pm-2pm Central Daylight Savings Time

Geoff Bolan Will Be Speaking On Behalf Of The Sustainable Travel International Organization About Their Cause

During The Predictive World Speaker Conference

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Description

In 2013 Sustainable Travel International saw an opportunity to bring individual destinations together in an effort to collaboratively address the challenges of climate vulnerability, environmental degradation, and reliance on tourism - to be known as the Sustainable Destination Alliance for the Americas (SDAA). The SDAA shows how sustainably managed tourism can be efficiently scaled at a hemispheric level while improving lives and protecting the environment.

Implementation Methodologies

The SDAA takes an integrated approach to destination stewardship that educates and empowers local leaders to improve the management of tourism impacts and ensure that necessary policies, programs, plans, and systems are in place for the long term. The SDAA is focused on building local capacity and destination competitiveness, which includes the implementation of an extensive Destination Stewardship toolkit in each destination. This toolkit:

  • Engages local leaders to identify destination-level risks and priorities, and embrace locally developed tourism best practices
  • Aids in the design and implementation of solutions to tourism challenges that generate tangible, quantifiable results
  • Ensures that success stories are communicated locally and internationally to add value and return on investment to sustainability programs

Sites to Visit

http://sustainabletravel.org/

https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/partnership/?p=7864

Contact

Geoff Bolan

CEO