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Sustainable Tourism Newsletter: March Edition

Mark Eller - March 22, 2024

Leave No Trace Tips for Solar Eclipse Travelers

Bookings are up — way up in many places — for locations in and near the solar eclipse’s totality. Feel free to widely share these Leave No Trace best practices for eclipse viewing, camping, and enjoying natural areas when the big light goes out.
Eclipse Tips

Partner Spotlight: Visit NC Hosts Conference and Promotes Outdoor Recreation

North Carolina’s Visit NC features Leave No Trace prominently with multiple initiatives, including a strong emphasis on outdoor recreation at the recent NC Tourism Conference. We’re already hearing great things about this year’s event, and Leave No Trace is proud to be a part of the Outdoor NC campaign.
Outdoor NC

One Week Left to Submit Tourism Proposals for the Leave No Trace Summit

Momentum is building for the Leave No Trace Global Summit this fall (Oct 7-9 in Boulder, CO). Opportunities are open for 30- and 60-minute presentations on destination stewardship and sustainable travel programs. We’ve already received some fantastic tourism-themed proposals. Hurry and submit yours, as the window closes on March 29.
Submit a Summit Proposal

 In the News

– Northern Ireland has strongly emphasized sustainable tourism in recent campaigns.
– The Subaru-sponsored Leave No Trace Traveling Teams were featured in Trazee Travel this month.
– Economic resilience is one of the many facets of sustainability for destinations — Phocuswright Research presents compelling data in this new blog post.

 Sponsorship packages for the Leave No Trace World Summit are available at various levels.

Incorporating Leave No Trace benefits destination marketing organizations, hospitality professionals, and other tourism industry members.

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