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By now it’s pretty much undisputed that all tourism activities of regardless of what purpose – holidays, business travel, conferences, adventure travel and ecotourism – need to be sustainable.
Desire for responsible hospitality and tourism and green attractions is enjoying a revival and is a driving force for market growth. It’s not a new idea, the Journal of Sustainable Tourism was published two decades ago.
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The green tourism marketplace can be challenging to traverse because of so many definitions being tossed about. Organizations and businesses on occasion use these names dishonestly to help charm scrupulous travelers without essentially having any environmentally or socially responsible strategies established. There are many labels, but the meaning is alike: scrupulous environmentally-friendly low-impact travel that accepts the way things are and doesn’t strive to wreck things for selfish purposes.
The aspects around ethical holidays destinations and responsible activities involve holiday-makers or operators and travel companies. There exist recognizable elements which in most cases define an ethical traveling companion that values the people they explore.