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The Senior Project Manager at "Visit Sweden" HQ in Stockholm, discusses why Sweden is ranked top for Sustainable Tourism in this article https://www.travelbeginsat40.com/2021/05/why-sweden-is-top-for-sustainable-tourism/ Most notably, Jenny Jonevret talks about the ‘The Edible Country’ project. Learn more about and get inspired here https://visitsweden.com/edible-country/ Is your business or your country able to utilize local produce? What are your thoughts on the do-it-yourself dining idea?
Hi all! Hope everyone's week is off to a great start. The application deadline for this year's FoodTrekking Awards is coming up (May 31st!) and this year, we have organized our awards categories in conjunction with our Practice Areas. We're excited to announce the addition of the Best Sustainability Solution in a Culinary Experience award and are inviting businesses, organizations, tourism offices, or governments with relevant initiatives to apply! More info https://bit.ly/3FN17N3
I am working in Serbia on sustainable development, especially through tourism, and will be doing research this summer on sustainable wine/spirit tourism and the potential of the core cultural beverage rakija to lead a promotion initiative. The work is tied to initiatives by UNDP, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Serbia's petition for Accession into the EU, and a commitment by the Royal Office of Serbia from Prince Alexander. With my colleague from the University of South Florida School of Hospitality and Tourism, Sir Adam Carmer, who is a global beverage tourism expert, we will be exploring the current scenario, challenges and openings for sustainable beverage tourism to play a key role in tourism development. Please reach out if you have any thoughts or info. We are interested in pursuing the WFTA Culinary Capital designation with UNDP Serbia.