As the Caribbean emerges from the pandemic, tourism stakeholders can embrace initiatives to increase climate change resilience through a focus on the environment, local communities, and value chains. After several months of being at a virtual standstill due to the pandemic —longer than was initially predicted — Caribbean tourism desperately needs to get back to … [Read more...] about Three Ways In Which the Tourism Industry Can Help Build Climate Resilience in the Caribbean
Caribbean economies that heavily depend on tourism require meaningful public stimulus. One key to recovery is to keep businesses solvent. … [Read more...] about Caribbean Tourism: The Private Sector Cannot Do It Alone
As tourism awaits the reopening of economies, it’s crucial to stay close to industry stakeholders, to understand how they are handling the pandemic and mitigating the impact on the business, employees and the community at large. One thing is clear: no one has the luxury to stand on the sidelines as a spectator. … [Read more...] about Regional Tourism Industry Binds Together to Overcome COVID-19
Every year, over 1 billion tons of food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted. Given its position at the consumption end of the food value chain, the tourism sector is a strategic industry to fight this problem. … [Read more...] about Why Should the Tourism Sector Care About Food Waste?
As summer comes to an end in the Northern Hemisphere, many of us have been asking and answering the same question: how was your vacation? Our responses typically include anecdotes about the food, people, and places we encountered along the way. Perhaps we could also be asking ourselves how our vacation impacted those people and places. … [Read more...] about Can your trip to the beach help reduce poverty?