ETRAC

Ethical Tourism Recovery in Arctic Communities

Covid-19 is having a profound effect on the tourism sector in the cool north and as the industry starts to move into a resilient, post-pandemic recovery there is an opportunity to look at more sustainable or responsible tourist behaviour and address sustainability challenges in peripheral and arctic areas that have been intensified by the pandemic. The aim of ETRAC is to enable short-term business recovery, while exploring options for a more culturally and locally sensitive tourism future.

 

 

Contact

Helena Puhakka-Tarvainen

Karelia University of Applied Sciences

helena.puhakka-tarvainen{at}karelia.fi

+358504302418

The project newsletter is released

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shapingethicaltourism.eu

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The fourth ETRAC online webinar will be on the 24th May at 15:00 CET

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On the 26th and 27th of April ETRAC will host a virtual networking event where you can meet tourism entrepreneurs, experts and developers interested...

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The European Travel Commission have released a report assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on travellers’ sustainable tourism attitudes and...

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The second ETRAC webinar, Responsible marketing, will be held on Thursday 3rd February at 15:00 CET

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The aim of this survey is to gather perspectives from a range of stakeholders regarding the impact of Covid-19 on tourism activities. The survey...

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The ETRAC project will officially 'kick-off' with an online seminar on the 8th October

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