Written by CREST Program Manager, Ellen Rugh With Indigenous Peoples’ Day in October and Native American Heritage Month in November, the autumn months bring about a thoughtful place and time for CREST to reflect on the resilience, determination, and inspiration of tribal and Indigenous peoples. As responsible travelers and tourism practitioners, we must, however, be…Read More →
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CENTER FOR RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL ALIGNS WITH OTHER SECTOR LEADERS TO SIGN THE GLASGOW DECLARATION ON CLIMATE ACTION IN TOURISM (November 4, 2021) – Center for Responsible Travel (CREST) announced today that it has become a launch partner of the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism. The Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism unites…Read More →
Written by CREST Program Manager, Ellen Rugh As a global nonprofit, nonpartisan research and advocacy organization based in Washington, DC, the Center for Responsible Travel (CREST) has been a leading voice on sustainable travel to Cuba since the United States reformed its Cuba travel regulations in 2016. While much has changed since our first trip…Read More →