Regenerative tourism #noussommesvivants

Defining regenerative tourism Both sustainable tourism and regenerative tourism are born from a common concern about the earth’ planetary limits and tourism role in human wellbeing, satisfaction and development. But while sustainability pivots on the notion of a responsible use of human, social and natural resources (often profit driven), regenerative aims to contribute to these as capitals. Regenerative tourism is a process where tourism stakeholders, collectively, exert care and guardianship for the improvement and enhancement of a place when moving to, visiting, living or operating this destination. In doing so, all these stakeholders exceed their current survivability conditions and create new potentials for the place and their inhabitants.


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