Member Projects and Case Studies

Member Projects and Case Studies

Japan Ecotourism Society (JES): Students Pledge to Learn, Get Out and Explore

*Report by the Japan Ecotourism Society (in Japanese) follows the English text. All photos by Japan Ecotourism Society.

Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve: Finding a Balance between Conservation and Development

Tourism has become one of the most important industries in the world with significant growth potential. Mexico attracts most tourists in all of Latin America, and with over 20 millions visitors each year, it is among the top ten tourist destinations worldwide. Tourism is one of the leading industries in the country, and the Mexican Caribbean relies largely on tourism.


Pack for a Purpose: Making a Difference, Five Pounds at a Time

By Rebecca Rothney, Founder, Pack for a Purpose

ecoDestinations Western US: Go Native America

Sarah Chapman, Go Native America

Could you describe the experience of developing the relationships which serve as the foundation for your tours?


Bardessono Inn and Spa: Going Green in a Practical, Economic and Aesthetic Manner

For Bardessono Inn and Spa, being a green hotel is a conscious choice that does not interfere with the commitment to providing a fully luxurious guest experience.


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As the world's oldest and largest international ecotourism association, TIES seeks to be the global source of knowledge and advocacy uniting communities, conservation, sustainable travel..




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The Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference will highlight global challenges and local opportunities, supporting sustainable development of tourism and promoting solutions that balance conservation, communities and sustainable travel.

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