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At its core, the economics that influence the tours business are pretty common and are about what’s available versus what people want.
Tour providers and agencies are responsive to elevated the buzz about responsible hospitality and tourism and ethical excursions from vacationers. It’s hardly a brand-new concept, the Journal of Sustainable Tourism was published over twenty-five years ago.
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What is green tourism? Responsible tourism, sustainable tourism, eco-tourism, and green tourism seem to be construed as being associated. Technical classifications aside the definition continues to be similar: conscientious environmentally-friendly low-impact tourism that cherishes, not destroys.
The term green tourism was applied by researchers in the 1980s in a study that discussed the hospitality business program of positioning green signs in hotel rooms to encourage people to reuse towels. The study determined that many places ultimately made no attempt to truly not waste resources or minimize waste; they simply sought to seem to be eco-friendly. Not unlike the growth of the call for eco-tourism 20 years ago where companies just added the word ‘eco’ to their banners. Sustainable tourism and ecotourism are related ideas and show many indistinguishable maxims, but sustainable travel and hospitality is more comprehensive; it includes all types of tours and destinations.