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January 24, 2018


The Caribbean thinks of climate resilience

As time and age advance, and with it one’s private and professional life progresses, one might come to the conclusion that most things we do in life, in business or even in politics are just a bunch of nonsense. What is worse that we keep doing it for no good reason at all, and are

Former tourism minister Walter Mzembi arrested: Bail granted

“It is all over for Walter Mzembi. They are so many cameras here. This is high profile and highly political”, a bystander told eTN from outside the  Harare courtroom where Walter Mzembi had his bail hearing Saturday Morning. Bail was granted and set for  $400 by the court at 10.45 am Saturday morning. The trial

Watch the last interview with Dr. Taleb Rifai: He has a wish…

Do not miss the last interview that UNWTO Secretary-General has conducted under his mandate! Dr. Taleb Rifai is about to leave Madrid on a one-way ticket home to Amman, Jordan. Tourism is several thousand years old in the Kingdom of Jordan. Amman, Wadi Rum, Dead Sea, Petra, Jerash are some of the must-see destination a visitor to

What UNWTO doesn’t want you to listen to….

Is the UNWTO General Assembly a closed event? The publisher of this publication received a  surprisingly urgent demand from the UNWTO Chief of Communication and Publications officer Sandra Carvao on December 21, 2017. Her request was for Worldtourismwire to delete two recordings from a December 14 article published on this wire entitled UNWTO the Untold

Joined and inspired by travel and tourism: eTN issues a Mele Kalikimaka

The eTN Team in Hawaii is in Holiday spirit today and issued a Mele Kalikimaka, a Hawaiian Phrase for Merry Christmas, to share this magical spirit of Christmas and Aloha with their 230,000 travel industry subscribers, with their 17,000 journalist subscribers interested in travel and tourism news, and their fans of 1.3 million readers everywhere on the globe

UNWTO sets tourism roadmap towards 2030 at the Palace of Nations in Geneva

Participants from around the world joined the Official Closing ceremony of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017 at the Palace of Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland. The event reviewed the year´s main achievements and discussed the roadmap for advancing the contribution of tourism towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. “2017, the International

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