“Yes, but” curtails conversation. “Yes, and” encourages rethinking and opens up new possibilities, which are needed in the tourism industry.
An easy-to-use list of style guides and resources to navigate terminology across identifies and circumstances.
This A-to-Z collection touches on topics related to the environment, tourism supply chain, consumer behavior, and more.
This webinar explains why storytelling, sustainability, and social impact are at the heart of a regenerative tourism model.
A comprehensive guide with nearly 20 suggestions on how content creators can incorporate information about the climate crisis in their storytelling.
Three specific storytelling strategies that can be used to make your destination or company’s stories more vibrant, interesting, accurate, and memorable.
Content creators hold a lot of influence. This webinar offers 20 ways to ensure that influence has a positive impact.
Destinations can use storytelling to set themselves apart. This GGDD 20 workshop highlights three untapped storytelling strategies.
How stories are used in the travel context — and why the tourism industry needs to be more responsible in its storytelling practices.
Plastic Whale encourages sustainable tourism in Amsterdam with plastic fishing trips that teach travelers the value of single-use plastics.
This playbook highlights creative collaborations born from the global coronavirus lockdown, but these ideas offer inspiration and a model for resiliency during future crises for both content creators and tourism partners.
This social enterprise has established a model that economically supports formerly homeless people, educates local residents about homelessness, and provides tourists with a new way of visiting a destination.
G-Guides, a company offering virtual tour guide training that transforms sightseeing providers into creators of authentic experiences, sustainability communicators, and educators, addresses sustainable development goal #4.
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