Greece’s new tourism minister is different from the old one, he’s taller. The narrative is the same, the goals the same, and the piper too.
Greek hoteliers and hospitality stakeholders have been pumping sustainability for all it’s worth for years now. And there’s no sign of letup.
The “Islands of the winds. The nautical culture of the Prehistoric Aegean” exhibition opens at Koules Fortress on the harbor of Heraklion.
A new WWF report says the Mediterranean is quickly becoming a tropical sea, with temperatures rising 20% faster than the global average.
News from the 66th Meeting of the UNWTO Commission of Europe reveals the big lie, that anyone in Athens cares about sustainability.
A new report reveals that by 2050, hotels will need could be far more sustainable with the right cooperative framework in place.
According to the European voice of civil society, Europa Nostra, several Greek islands are in danger of losing their cultural heritage.
TUI Group CEO Fritz Joussen proves once and for all his company could care less about sustainability, people, or future other than dividends.
Greece is advancing on plans to ban single-use plastics by July, 2021. A new law targets unsustainable practices.
TUI Group has just named Charlotte WWiebe Sustainability Director, taking over the role from Jane Ashton, who leaves the company in March.
The 2020 Posidonia exhibition is on course to see record numbers of exhibitors and visitors this summer, serving the Greek shipping industry.
The private sector cannot be counted upon to provide a truly sustainable solution for tourism. It seems clear lawmakers will need to step in.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has now called for countries to adhere to the agreements of its Mediterannean Sea Initiative.
A candid look at the most unsustainable form of vacationing, cruise lines that seem to have no intention of tidying up their acts.
At the annual Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), stakeholders discussed a new era of tourism. Or, are they redefining realities?