Planeta.com invited readers and friends to our annual Responsible Travel Week. 2020 was the 12th year for Responsible Travel Week (RTWeek) and the beginning of Planeta.com‘s 21st year of innovative, community-driven, listener-supported, online conferencing.
About these readings
These readings (headlines and resources elsewhere on the web) constitute A Responsible Travel Reader for 2020.
How Indigenous tourism can help bring about reconciliation in Australia – Freya Higgins-Desbiolles/The Conversation @freyahd
Utah Wanted All the Tourists. Then It Got Them. – Outside @sundeenmark
There Is No Sustainable Way to Fly – Vice @jake_bittle @greenprofgreen
In The Big Chair – Justin Francis of Responsible Travel @justinmfrancis
Ego tourists: Who are they, and how do you know if you’re one of them? – @chriselliotts – Outbounding
Responsible traveller’s guide to gentrification and the Airbnb effect- New Zealand Herald
I pledge to travel green by carrying a reusable water bottle, recycling my trash, and riding the shuttle buses during my visit. #GoGrand #GrandCanyonPledge #NationalParkWeek https://t.co/HJ95kYEzTi -mq pic.twitter.com/wu9D04rLHg
— Grand Canyon NPS (@GrandCanyonNPS) April 28, 2019
Recommended Reading / Sharing
New Zealand (Aotearoa) – New report: "Pristine, popular…imperilled? The environmental consequences of projected tourism growth"
🌏https://t.co/64Y9pzSKWi#manaakitanga #kaitiakitanga #rtweek20 @nz_pce ht @rnz_news pic.twitter.com/ZA8BEyf9E7
— planetanews (@planetanews) December 18, 2019
— Mark Sundeen (@SundeenMark) January 29, 2020
June 21-25, 2020 Wildlife Tourism Australia Conference
Elsewhere on the Web
Wildlife Tourism Australia Policies
The Scenic Rim as an Environmentally-sustainable International Wildlife Destination
Responsible Travel Handbook – Transitions Abroad (PDF)
Responsible Travel – Outbounding
Ronda Green/Global Ecotourism Network
Ben Sherman/Global Ecotourism Network