New research from Griffith University suggests a love of sharing selfies and holiday snaps could be a boon for the environment.
It’s time to rethink what the Gold Coast offers to tourists and shift the focus away from the surf and sand.
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Griffth tourism expert Professor Susanne Becken is part of the major climate change and sustainaibility conference in Moricco
Griffith University Institute for Tourism (GIFT) has entered into a strategic partnership with EarthCheck.
Disseminating tourism knowledge, enhancing the expertise on tourism and climate change and advancing sustainable tourism in Asia and the Pacific are some of the areas of cooperation agreed between the Griffith Institute for Tourism (GIFT) and United Nations World Tourism Organization UNWTO.
Australia’s Gold Coast is ticking all the right boxes in maximising its tourism reach into emerging markets throughout China and other Asian countries.
The new Griffith Institute for Tourism’s commitment to international outreach activity has been underlined in its support for a volunteer role in Myanmar. GIFT is involved in the selection and mentoring of a young Australian volunteer for a 12-month role contributing to the development of responsible tourism in Myanmar. The volunteer will help build institutional […]