Client: World Tourism Organization and the GEF Black Sea Program Countries: Bulgaria, Georgia. Turkey, Romania, Russia, Ukraine Year Project Undertaken: 1995-6 (training component 1994-7) No. of Person Months: 10 (Tourism element of larger GEF … [Read more...] about State of Tourism in Black Sea Countries
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UNWTO Madrid 2013 by: Dr. Ted Manning, Tourisk Inc. Contact us if you would like a copy of the download in the format of a PowerPoint Presentation. Download PDF Document … [Read more...] about Sustainable Destinations Indicators and Observatories: Informing the Sustainable Development of Tourism Destinations
Prepared initially for CACOR by Ted Manning with input from David Dougherty and Ian Whyte (2016). An overwhelming majority of scientists, governments and the public agree that there is significant risk associated with global warming and that … [Read more...] about Logic Table to address Sustaining Human Habitation of the Planet relative to the threat(s) associated with Climate Change
Partnership for Sustainable Tourism, ITB Berlin 2013. By: Dr. Ted Manning, Tourisk Inc. This presentation shows the lessons from work on UINWTO indicators and on criteria of sustainability for GSTC which can be used to develop review processes … [Read more...] about Criteria Indicators and Performance Measures: Informing Sustainable Development of Tourism Destinations
Responsible Tourism Webinar Sept 2012. by: Dr. Ted Manning, Tourisk Inc. This presentation addresses the issues faced by the cruise industry and by destinations trying to manage the impacts and realize the potentials of cruise tourism. Contact … [Read more...] about Cruises, Seas and Ports of Call – Sailing toward sustainability: Managing the Impacts of Cruise Tourism
Presentation to the Canadian Association for the Club of Rome, Ottawa 2011. by: Dr. Ted Manning, Tourisk Inc. This presentation explores strategies which are able to make tourism a more sustainable industry at all scales. Contact us if you … [Read more...] about Tourism that Doesn’t Cost the Earth: Can we make the world’s largest industry respect the limits?