Megan Epler Wood

Megan Epler Wood

2015’s Top Travel Destinations: 5 Ecotourism Experts Weigh In

 

2015’s Top Travel Destinations: 5 Ecotourism Experts Weigh In

 

by Bret Love and Mary Gabbett.

 

This original blog first appeared in Green Global Travel.

 

Harvard University Renews Commitment to Sustainable Tourism Education

Burlington, VT, July 30, 2012 – Harvard University Extension School (HUES) has renewed its commitment to educating students worldwide in the field of sustainable tourism in 2012. Megan Epler Wood, Core Faculty Member of the Sustainability and Environmental Management program, will lead her course for a third year both on campus and as a distance digital classroom worldwide September-December 2012.

 

Planeterra: Putting People and Places at Center of Its New Strategic Agenda

Planeterra Continues to Define Its Role as a Nonprofit Organization By Putting People and Places at Center of Its New Strategic Agenda

 

New Course on Global Sustainable Ecotourism Development

Professional Summer Program on Global Sustainable Ecotourism Development To Be Offered at University of Vermont

 

Travel and Climate a Significant Area of Discussion in Ecotourism Conference

The International Ecotourism Society's 2007 Conference in Madison, Wisconsin to Feature Discussions and Stakeholder Meeting on Climate Change and Tourism

 

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