The BiosphereSustainable.com website is now available, which allows people to learn about the good practices and sustainable efforts of companies and destinations around the world, showing how they contribute to the fulfilment of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.
Tourism as a force for good was the central theme as members of the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) attended the annual IMPACT Sustainable Tourism Conference in Victoria, British Columbia.
The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association has signed a formal partnership with the Travel Foundation. The duo has shared vision that, if managed well, tourism is a force for good.
The body has committed to developing a comprehensive climate plan within the next 12 months, including transparent goals, measurable reductions and yearly progress updates.
Having been recognised for its unparalleled commitment to sustainability by the World Travel Awards, Breaking Travel News here chats with Glenn Mandziuk, chief executive of the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Region, to find out more
Breaking Travel News chats with Glenn Mandziuk, president of the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, and his team as the destination is presented with the World’s Responsible Tourism Award at the World Travel Awards.
Frank Antoine, chairman of the board at the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, tells Breaking Travel News how important care of the environment is to the hospitality sector as he picks up North America’s Responsible Tourism Award at the World Travel Awards Caribbean & North America Gala Ceremony in Jamaica.
Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association president, Glenn Mandziuk, speaks to Breaking Travel News as he picks up North America’s Responsible Tourism Award at the World Travel Awards Caribbean & North America Gala Ceremony in Jamaica.