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STORIES OF THE PEOPLE, PLACES & PARTNERS THAT MAKE TRAVEL AND TOURISM TICK

The documentary series will investigate how the tourism industry is coming together to rebuild a more sustainable future and protect the destinations and communities at the heart of travel. SEATTLE, WA (January 25, 2022) – Today, Sustainable Travel International announced ‘Sustainable Travel: Where Next?’ an immersive documentary series that investigates...

Panama City, Panama (21 October 2021) – Sustainable Travel International announced today they are joining the Panama Alliance for Community Tourism (PACT). This initiative focuses on building community tourism experiences that strengthen resident well-being and resilience, while contributing to the regeneration and celebration of the country’s natural and cultural resources....

With the help of a group of esteemed judges, Regenerative Travel’s newest initiative will shine a light on projects and people driving change in the industry. Sustainable Travel International is proud to announce that our CEO, Paloma Zapata, has been selected as one of the judges for the upcoming Regenerative...

Local businesses are encouraged to sign up to participate in the program. BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS (20 April 2021) – St. Kitts is relaunching its Heart of St. Kitts Sustainability Charter program in an effort to promote a responsible restart of tourism on the island. The Sustainability Charter provides a framework...

The project will combat tourism’s carbon footprint by working with local food producers and launching a carbon platform for tourists PALAU (August 11, 2020) The Palau Bureau of Tourism, Sustainable Travel International, and Slow Food have launched a new project in Palau that aims to mitigate the tourism sector’s carbon...

Six non-governmental organizations call for a rebalance in tourism as the sector recovers from COVID-19 SEATTLE, WA – 16 June 2020 – Six organizations have come together for the first time to form The Future of Tourism Coalition with the global mission to place destinations at the center of recovery...