EplerWood International
On-Line Forum on Tourism and Environment at Harvard »

Global On-Line Learning Project with TIES »

Latin America
Tour Operators Plan for Sustainable Tourism »

Sustainability Training Needs Rural and Urban China »

Community-Based Tourism in Protected Areas  »

Dominican Republic
Connecting Local Artisans to the Tourism Economy  »

El Salvador
Financial Sustainability of Parks and Sea Turtle Conservation Program »

El Salvador
Developing a Sustainable Tourism Economy »

The Gems of Nature Tourism along the Estrada Real »

Sierra Leone
Social and Environmentally Responsible Tourism »

Kerala, India
Educational Centre for Ecotourism »

Micro and Small Business Enterprise Feasibility »

Regional Supply Chain Analysis for Community Tourism »

Sustainable Tourism Training Program »

Sustainable Tourism Market & Development for Imperial Beach »

Corporate Social Responsibility in Tourism »

Sri Lanka
Model Rainforest Ecolodge »

Market & Finance Analysis for Ecolodge Development »

International Market for Ecotourism in Indigenous Territories »

On-Line Forum on Tourism and Environment at Harvard

EplerWood International worked with Megan Epler Wood's department of Sustainability and Environmental Management at Harvard Extension School to create an on-line forum on The Growth of the Tourism Economy and Protection of the Environment.  

An internationally renowned roster of experts came to Harvard campus for a full day of both live and taped on-line discussions on the implications of the rapidly growing tourism economy.  Felipe Calderon, former President of Mexico was the keynote speaker.  

EWI set up this effort as a model for short, live web-based programming in her department at Harvard, managed registration and is now working with the Department to replicate the model. 

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TIES 20th Anniversary