"The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world's problems"
Green Tourism ( Travel Chains)
The Green Tourism Project, a second phase of Green Travel Transformation Project, aims to develop a model that can be used to assess the sustainability of travel chains (outward journey - stay - return journey) and the ability to label it. It also seeks to create effective online communication with travelers on sustainable trips.
Emblematic Projects of Mundo Maya
Planet 4 People, as part of a consortium, developed the marketing plans of seven emblematic projects, intended to position these community tourism products under the Mayan World brand. P4P provided a detailed action program, based on the 2030 Agenda and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Tourism for Protected Areas
The Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve represents, one of the few tourist frontiers on the planet. These are pristine and fragile landscapes, with low or no presence of human beings. Opening up for tourists will provide economic benefits but can affect the value of the site. P4P has been engaged to provide perspectives on developing nature-based and scientific tourism.
Raising funds for the Mountains of the Moon
The Rwenzori Mountain National Park (RMNP) is one of the lesser funded parks a in Uganda. P4P, working for WWF and in collaboration with UWA and the RMNP staff, developed a fundraising strategy to ensure overall conservation of the unique RMNP ecosystems. P4P also held a capacity building workshop for park managers.