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Your Destination is a Story

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    People tell stories; great stories become myths because they allow audiences to aspire to a basic value.
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    We moved from an oral tradition of storytelling to a broadcast era where ideas spread in one direction.
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    We’re now in a digital era where everyone spreads ideas and tells stories; the best survive over time.
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    Great marketing stories don’t sell products. Marlboro ads didn’t sell cigarettes; they sold manliness at a time when filtered cigarettes were for women.
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    In the best stories, the hero goes on a journey, meets a mentor who gives him a talisman and sends him off on an adventure to seek a truth.
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    In successful marketing, stories empower their audiences.
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    In traditional broadcast marketing, the focus is on the brand—its accomplishments.
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    But engaging stories make the audience the hero by giving them something to aspire to.
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    You can share all the great sustainability stuff that you’re doing. But that’s not a story that’s going to stick with your audience.
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    A very successful Dove soap campaign didn’t focus on the product’s cleaning power; it engaged women around their feelings about self-image and self-worth.
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    Values are the essence of what your brand stands for.
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    The nonprofit Charity Water stands for water as the basis of life.
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    This Nike campaign was not about running shoes but inner strength.
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    Patagonia takes the audience on the sustainability journey; they don’t claim that they’re doing everything perfectly. Sustainability is a journey.
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    Airbnb’s campaign is about the essential goodness of people.
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    What is a value that you can share about your brand?
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10 MILLION BETTER Presentation

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    10 MILLION BETTER: This is our moment for a movement.
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    Despite its power and reach, travel and tourism isn’t as good as it could be.  Not everyone is benefitting as much as they could.  In many places tourism leads to exclusion, inequality and cultural homogenization.
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    It doesn’t have to be this way. We owe something to the places and people we visit.
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    10 MILLION BETTER is designed take the wonder, amazement and sheer joy of travel and use it to improve lives, protect places and provide visitors with meaningful experiences.  It’s designed to improve the lives of 10 MILLION people in tourism-dependent areas.
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    Hotels are recycling, airlines are offsetting carbon and restaurants are serving locally-grown food. But travel and tourism has not yet collectively rallied around  the cause—not like food, fashion, forestry and other sectors where sustainability has become the business norm.
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    One third of the population is interested in global issues like poverty and climate change. And they shop, share and travel with a conscience. Businesses that  demonstrate their commitment to a better world through travel are staying ahead of the curve. They’re reducing operating costs, increasing efficiencies and attracting visitors.
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    We are determined to improve the lives of 10 million people over the next ten years so that local communities and economies benefit from visitor spending and are empowered to determine their own path for growth. For businesses, 10 MILLION BETTER is an opportunity to demonstrate a return on investment in sustainability, gain recognition as a purpose-driven company and join a global initiative that is improving lives and protecting places through travel and tourism. For travelers, it’s a chance to protect the people and places they care about and to spread that word that travel can be a path towards.
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    Join 10 MILLION BETTER and be part of the movement to improve the lives of 10 million people around the world.
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Video – Communities in Suriname Tap the Potential of Tourism

Around the world, Sustainable Travel International is helping communities that depend on tourism to protect their natural and cultural heritage. In the South American nation of Suriname, we joined an initiative to help indigenous Arawak and Carib communities harness the potential of tourism for preserving their traditions and tropical nature.

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Video – Sustainable Destinations Alliance for the Americas

In the Caribbean, where tourism drives the economy and the tension between the desire for development and the need to protect resources is ongoing, we are leading a consortium of businesses, destinations, donors, regional organizations and nonprofits — all with a vested interested in maintaining and restoring the region’s natural, cultural and economic integrity.
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Video – Campaña “10 Millones Mejor”

Esta semana en el World Travel and Tourism Council’s Global Summit 2015 en Madrid, Sustainable Travel International anunció “10 Millones Mejor”, una campaña que incluye varios rubros de la industria del turismo para monitorear y aumentar los beneficios sociales, económicos y ambientales de los viajes turísticos. Esta campaña tiene como meta demostrar de manera tangible las mejoras en las vidas de al menos 10 millones de personas para el año 2025.

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Video 10 Million Better Campaign

This week at the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Global Summit 2015 in Madrid, Sustainable Travel International announced 10 Million Better, an industry-wide campaign to monitor and scale up social, economic and environmental benefits from travel and tourism, with the goal of demonstrating tangible improvements in the lives of at least 10 million people by 2025.

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