This is a follow-up post to How Surf Tourism Can Inspire Environmental Stewardship. How surf travel has contributed to the rise in overtourism Despite the positive impact of surfing in many regards, its dominant narratives have also presented some challenges: the comparison between men and women, the objectification of the latter, and the disregard for…Read More →
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This post was originally posted in the Fall 2022 issue of the Destination Stewardship Report. For this year’s World Tourism Day Forum, we at the Center for Responsible Travel (CREST) wanted to shine a light on destination stewardship. Initially, we were going to focus on the shift from marketing to management, but implementing the destination…Read More →
Though the threats facing the huemul related to livestock and tourism pose serious consequences, the Legacy Fund believes this project can shift the paradigm so these threats may become vehicles for improved conservation, sustainability, and education. Through collaborative efforts and actions, we hope to finally achieve the Last Hope solution for protecting the huemuls of Última Esperanza and Torres del Paine.Read More →