The way we travel after the roll out of vaccines and the opening up of a post-pandemic world is set to be shaped by an increasingly conscious and regenerative traveler, serviced by a tourism industry striving to educate and inspire it’s consumers.
Taking Regenerative Tourism to Scale - Everyone has a Role to Play
Brian T. Mullis, a destination management, development and marketing specialist who is passionate about community-led conservation and regenerative tourism, shares how everyone has a role to play in taking regenerative tourism to scale.
Protect Shinta Mani Wild With Timeless Jewelry From Nature's Treasury
We caught up with architect and hotelier, Bill Bensley and Kate McKoy, an Australian gemologist who recently launched their new jewelry collection called Nature's Treasury to protect the forest at Shinta Mani Wild.
Saving Rwanda Gorillas Through Tourism with Dr. Tara Stoinski
Rwanda gorillas remain at threat largely due to their diminishing habitat and climate change. Continuing the work of the legendary Dian Fossey, who was a pioneer in gorilla conservation and research, The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is the largest and longest-running organization fully dedicated to gorilla conservation.
The Essential Travel Forecast Report for 2021 in Forbes
Journalist Angelina Villa-Clarke writes about Regenerative Travel in her latest story for Forbes: "Regenerative Travel’ which covers the increase in companies having an eco-aware ethos and ‘give-back’ mentality has been growing in momentum even before Covid hit."