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December 17, 2010
Fighting Poverty at the Plain of Jars

I recently had the privilege of being selected to undertake a post project appraisal of the UNESCO Fighting Poverty at the Plain of Jars project in the Lao PDR.  The Plain of Jars is an upland landscape in Xieng Khouang Province, a remote corner of Northern Laos close to the border with Vietnam.  The area […]

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September 28, 2010
Working with our overseas teams and suppliers

As my role is predominantly around working with our overseas teams and suppliers, it's great to see some examples of them working together in resort to raise awareness with customers and to play their part. There are two great achievements to talk of recently in Italy and Zante.  In Italy, our management team has been […]

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September 14, 2010
ConCERT – Connecting Communities, Environment & Responsible Tourism

As I am still finishing my MSc in Responsible Tourism Management at Leeds Met  I’m currently volunteering at ConCERT Cambodia as their ‘ Voluntary Responsible Tourism Advisor’. This is the second year that I’m involved with ConCERT and it has been marvelous to see it evolve in such a wonderful and helpful service. I’m using […]

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September 8, 2010
Thedivehub.com takes the plunge!

This week sees the launch of thedivehub.com, a responsible scuba diving website that aims to draw information into one ‘hub’ so that divers don’t have to visit dozens of websites to pick up on the latest responsible diving news, case studies, tips and resources. It’s a place to encourage, engage and celebrate positive action that is […]

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August 1, 2010
Progress at Base Camp

Well I am delighted to tell you that the Kangaroo Valley Tourist Association voted to accept the Code of Ethics proposed. It now stands proudly on the website to provide guidance to the management committee and membership. Above all it establishes our foundations to build a Responsible Destination. Also significant and agreed was a revision […]

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July 28, 2010
Now is the time to fall in love with Llandovery

It’s no secret that Llandovery is fit for a Prince – or indeed a future King – but the town’s people of Llandovery have much grander plans afoot which they hope will spark a long love affair with visitors to the area. And with just over two weeks to go, final preparations are in hand […]

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