Members: Check out our improved Calendar which contains many interesting tourism-related webinars and other events. ecoclub.com/live/calendar

Interesting webinar series on Creative Tourism, co-developed by our Member Fiona Bakas, first event on April 1 , 2021 ces.uc.pt/pt/agenda-noticias/agenda-de-eventos/202…

CREATOUR International Webinars

Online Series | April 1 | May 6 | June 3, 2021, Registration is now open

- Crete, Greece

Ecoclub Green Destinations: Crete, Greece

Topic: "Crete's Culinary Sanctuaries Educational Network"Supporting cultural, natural and culinary heritage protection through educational travel Presentatio...

- Kythera, Greece

Ecoclub Green Destinations Kythera Island, Greece

Topic: "Kythera Trails - building a sustainable destination at the heart of the Mediterranean" Presentation by Rigas Zafeiriou, a consultant/researcher for t...

Tourism is slowly being recognised as a serious academic discipline. The following is draft list based on various online sources including Trinet. Please help us to keep it updated and to expand it! Australia Edith Cowan University Griffith University James Cook University University of Queensland University of South Aust...

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Ecoclub Green Destinations - Live Event – Crete, Greece

Details: ecoclub.com/live

When: Sunday 21 March at 17:00 UTC (19:00 in Crete, Greece)

Topic: "Crete's Culinary Sanctuaries Educational Network"
Supporting cultural, natural and culinary heritage protection through educational travel

Presentation by Nikki Rose
Nikki Rose is a Greek-American journalist, seminar director, and professional chef...
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Ecoclub Green Destinations - Live Event – Crete, GreeceDetails: https://ecoclub.com/liveWhen: Sunday 21 March at 17:00 UTC (19:00 in Crete, Greece) Topic: "Crete's Culinary Sanctuaries Educational Network"Supporting cultural, natural and culinary heritage protection through educational travel Presentation by Nikki RoseNikki Rose is a Greek-American journalist, seminar director, and professional chef in Crete, Greece. In 1997, Nikki founded Crete's Culinary Sanctuaries Educational Network to support residents working on action programs to protect and share their heritage. CCS teachers are archaeologists, ecologists, organic farmers, heirloom seed savers, chefs, artists, and many others. CCS organizes accredited educational programs on Crete's culture, nature, organic agriculture and cuisine. Over 3,000 students, teachers and journalists have attended their programs. Their upcoming documentary, Heritage Protectors, is a continuation of their work. CCS is an award-winning program for Best Practices in Responsible/Sustainable Travel, and featured in National Geographic, The New York Times, WTTC, UNWTO, UNCBD, IFOAM-Organics, Agroecology Europe, Routledge Handbooks, Food Tank, and many other organizations, publications and media outlets. Nikki is a consultant on similar initiatives around the world. For more details visit www.cookingincrete.com Where: Participate and ask questions via Zoom or simply watch on Ecoclub at https://ecoclub.com/liveNB. To participate via Zoom, you must register for this event at Zoom athttps://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwpc-2rpj0vEtUOYkaKqRz13t38DJefMmk3
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Ecoclub Green Destinations - 1st Live Event – Kythera Island, Greece

When: Sunday 28 February at 19:00 Athens time (17:00 UTC)

Where: On Zoom, On Ecoclub at ecoclub.com/live and on YouTube.
To participate via Zoom, please register at zoom.us/j/94181791786

Topic: "Kythera Trails - building a sustainable destination at the heart of the Mediterranean"

Presentation by Rigas Zafeiriou, a...
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Ecoclub Green Destinations - 1st Live Event – Kythera Island, Greece   When: Sunday 28 February at 19:00 Athens time (17:00 UTC) Where: On Zoom, On Ecoclub at https://ecoclub.com/live and on YouTube.To participate via Zoom, please register at https://zoom.us/j/94181791786Topic: "Kythera Trails - building a sustainable destination at the heart of the Mediterranean" Presentation by Rigas Zafeiriou, a consultant/researcher for the Mediterranean Institute MedINA and local manager of Kythera Trails, the trail network & sustainable tourism development programme of Kythera Island. Rigas is also programmes director at the Kytherian Foundation for Culture & Development while he has worked for Paths of Greece on trail research and design on other islands of Greece. As a tour leader, Rigas has designed and facilitated 30+ multiday trail adventures for various agencies, including REI, Trekking Hellas, Ross Holidays and more. Practical info: Viewers on Zoom may submit questions via Zoom chat during the presentation, and we will discuss these at the end of the presentation. Cameras and mikes will be switched off during the presentation and can be opened later by participants during the discussion. The presentation will be recorded and streamed live on Youtube and Ecoclub. By registering via Zoom you provide your consent to be recorded.Event Host: Antonis Petropoulos, Editor, EcoclubLanguage: English.Entrance: Free. NB. to participate via Zoom, please register!Questions? Contact us

For our Members in Greece: A two-day webinar, conducted in Greek, on sustainable hospitality conducted by Iyad Kayali. 30% Discount for Ecoclub Members. ecoclub.com/greece/1343-210215-gr-webinar

Fuze Ecoteer (www.fuze-ecoteer.com) a Malaysian Ecotour Operator led by our Member Daniel Quilter is a finalist in the Sea Turtle Network Marine Debris vote. If they win, they can use the prize money to expand their bin adoption programme and to buy back recyclables and old broken fishing nets from the local communities in Perhentian. Please vote for them at: act.seaturtles.org/page/25414/survey/1

Cast Your Vote for the Marine Debris Grant Contest!

Support Ecoclub Member Daniel Quilter and Fuze Ecoteer!

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Help our Member @Nikki Rose reach her documentary funding goal, 10 days left! In "Heritage Protectors" we meet with organic farmers, agroecologists, botanists, archaeologists, and toxicologists who share crucial information about agricultural practices today and initiatives to create more resilient communities, including community-based sustainable tourism.
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Help our Member @Nikki Rose reach her documentary funding goal, 10 days left!  In "Heritage Protectors" we meet with organic farmers, agroecologists, botanists, archaeologists, and toxicologists who share crucial information about agricultural practices today and initiatives to create more resilient communities, including community-based sustainable tourism. For a preview visit: https://www.seedandspark.com/fund/heritage-protectors