Written by Kelsey Frenkiel, CREST Program Manager This week, CREST and editors Martha Honey and Kelsey Frenkiel have released Overtourism: Lessons for a Better Future (Island Press), an edited volume containing essays and case studies from more than 20 tourism experts across the world. This book charts a path for truly sustainable tourism, focusing on…Read More →
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Written by Samantha Bray, CREST’s Managing Director As we look to a post-COVID recovery, care for communities that make up the fabric of destinations is critical. But how? A destination stewardship approach can help tourism stakeholders – including community members – create their shared future in a collaborative and mutually beneficial way. Translating the concept…Read More →
Written by Kelsey Frenkiel, CREST Program Manager We are on a mission to improve our policies and practices to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive space for our staff and partners. We know that responsible tourism cannot be sustained when it is designed by a homogeneous group of people because they cannot speak to…Read More →