SUSTAINABLE TOURISM: STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION
Sustainable development is an imperative for all sectors, and the United Nations has declared 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.
How to best develop sustainably? Do travelers wish to buy sustainable products?
GSTC – the global organization created by the United Nations system and leading global conservation organizations to develop standards for sustainability in travel and tourism – has partnered with Korean hosts to assemble an all-star group of experts on sustainable tourism to provide leading-edge insights into these important questions. Participants will network with and share knowledge with an international group of sustainable tourism experts.
Participants come from the private sector, public sector, NGOs, and academia to learn and share contemporary ideas that can be translated into action.
Registration fees are modest. Host city Suwon is easily accessible from Incheon Airport. Simultaneous translation will be provided in English, Korean, and Chinese.
Join us at the conference to be part of the solution to these important questions.
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The Global Green Destinations Day will present the exclusive awards ceremony for the Top 100 Sustainable Destinations 2016, featuring the most successful sustainable tourism destinations of the world, as well as the best providers of green solutions in the tourism sector.
Under the theme “Co-creating life-changing tourism experiences", the 2016 Sustainable & Smart Tourism Forum (2016 SSTF) has been designed to offer a platform and a playground for gaining and sharing knowledge, skills and good practices around the world, in the fields of sustainable and smart tourism as well as smart cities.
The 2016 SSTF is supported by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council. During this 2-day journey focused on creativity and diversity, participants will be offered many opportunities to explore new perspectives in tourism innovation and marketing, while expanding their networks.
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