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Where sustainable travel is headed in 2017
by Shivani Vora
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6 January 2017
On 6 January 2017 The New York Times reported:
Sustainable tourism -- bringing global awareness to travel and putting it into action -- is a top priority for the United Nations this year. The organization has designated 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. According to the U.N.W.T.O., sustainable tourism has three guiding principles for hotels, tour operators, airlines and cruises (as well as destinations and tourists): environmentally friendly practices like minimizing the use of plastic; protecting natural and cultural heritage (think rain forests and historic sites); and supporting local communities by employing local staff, buying local products, and engaging in charity work.
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