Following some provisions of the recent meeting of the Carpathian Sustainable Tourism Centers(CSTCs) and stakeholders, which took place in Bratilasva, European Wilderness Society participated
On the 25 and 26 of January, 2018 European Wilderness Society will join the meeting of 3 Carpathian Sustainable Tourism Centres (CSTC) of Poland,
On 10. October 2017 the Conference of the Parties 5 (COP 5) of the Carpathian Convention started its work in Lillafured, Hungary. The location
Today Iryna Shchoka, accompanied by Ukrainian artist and Plein Air coordinator, Svitlana Kyrlyk, visited Art residence and green tourism developing object in Smerekova village
9th Meeting of the Carpathian Convention Sustainable Tourism Working Group took place on 12-14 of September in Brasov, Romania. Iryna Shchoka represented European Wilderness
Walk among the treetops, between 8 and 25 meters above the forest floor, and experience untouched nature from a unique perspective on a 1,300
On September, 12 – 14 the 9th Meeting of the Carpathian Convention´s Working Group on Sustainable Tourism will take place in Brasov, Romania. The main
Today Iryna Shchoka participated in the round table on support of small and medium business between authorities, bank institutions, business and NGOs. Among other, banks
For those, interested in developing and implementation of sustainable tourism projects in the seven Carpathian Countries: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic and Ukraine there are three data-bases
The European long distance trails link the European countries from the North Cape to Crete and from the Atlantic Ocean to the Carpathians and
Wilderness quality of Altai Mountains can become an important asset of effort to develop tourism as a part of sustainable development in this magic corner
A recent blogpost on Sean David Smith blogpost was asking a question whether protected areas managed by the US National Park Service are national
Join adventure athlete Ian Adamson and ultra-marathon runner Kara Henry as the explore the wilderness of the Rocky Mountain National Park. Excellent video on
UNWTO-Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) International Conference on Tourism and Climate Change The need to strengthen the tourism sector’s ability to address climate
A survey of around 900 tourism enterprises in 57 European protected areas showed that tourism companies implement sustainable policies for different reasons. Sustainability Motivations
EWS partner CARPATICA offers a wildlife watching and nature tours. Massive Cranes Spring Migration, in Eastern Slovakia is a great experience.
The mobile seminar on Planning and Managing Tourism in Protected Areas is an intensive, 2.5 week seminar for individuals involved in efforts to use tourism and outdoor recreation in protected areas.
The US National Park Service has recently published the ‘2012 National Park Visitor Spending Effects report’. The study shows that the whole National Park System (NPS), which is largely wilderness!, received over 282 million recreation visits.
The Costa Rican News agency has just reported about a study conducted by US researchers, which suggests that ecotourism has a positive impact on poverty reduction.