Welcome to Responsible Travel Week 2019, February 11-17. This page will be updated before and during the week.
Planeta.com invites readers and friends to our annual Responsible Travel Week, February 11-17. 2019 is the 11th year for Responsible Travel Week (RTWeek) and Planeta.com‘s 20th year of innovative, community-driven, online conferencing. Participation is free and pay what you want.
Topics for discussion are submitted by participants as comments on this page or with posts on the social web.
On our registration page – https://goo.gl/forms/6ZlloBs4EB9pU9t73 – we ask: “What topics would you like to explore during Responsible Travel Week?”
Tourism through bike share and cycling
Responsible tourism marketing campaigns
Tourism trade shows
Language barriers and technical solutions
Supporting local communities
Strategies to combat overtourism
Tourism after the end of economic growth
Africa – Asia – Austin – Belize – Cambodia – Canada – England – Estonia – Europe – Germany – Georgia (state) – Georgia (country) – Germany – Guadalajara – Guatemala – Honduras – Ireland – Italy – Japan – Kiruna – Las Vegas – Mexico – Mexico City – New Zealand – North America – Oaxaca – South Africa – South America – Spain – Turkey – USA – Venice – Wales – Zimbabwe
Bats – Giraffes – Jaguars – Lions
What’s happening / just happened to national parks during the Trump Shutdown? We’re checking in with friends and colleagues. We continue our visits and virtual tours of Indigenous-owned and community-driven initiatives across the Grand Circle.
Big year in Mexico with the first year of the AMLO government, continuing focus on the Mexico/USA Borderlands. On a personal note, Ron Mader is celebrating the 20-year anniversary for Mexico: Adventures in Nature guidebook. We would like to know the status of nature travel and ecotourism in Mexico. Scheduling live video conversations throughout the year. Virtual and physical tours, meetups and whatever else to be explored further.