EplerWood International research and publication program focuses on ethical markets, investment, and triple bottom line monitoring of ecotourism and sustainable tourism. We develop and collaborate on state-of-the art information to help generate the most practical and realistic approaches to achieving triple bottom line benefits. We seek to create an environment where consultants, NGOs, researchers and business people work together to develop the most useful information tools for the development of ecotourism and sustainable tourism worldwide.
Setting Sustainability Standards for Wildlife Tourism in Southern Africa
The Wasatch Mountains: Assessing the Impact of Tourism Transportation Development Strategies
The O'Hare Urban Garden: A Sustainable Airport Food & Beverage Supply Chain Initiative
Tourism and the Seneca Lake Wineries: Assessment of Water Impacts
Los Angeles International Airport Noise Pollution: A Case Study of the Impact on the City of Inglewood
VISION on Sustainable Tourism Publications:
Post-Conflict Models for Sustainable Tourism
Tourism Change We Can Believe In
Ecotourism Needs More Links to Social Enterprise
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Triple Bottom Line Outcomes of 27 Projects
May 2008 Holly M. Jones, EplerWood International
EplerWood International fostered the work of Holly M. Jones to do a study on the triple bottom line outcomes of community-based tourism projects in Latin America. This study seeks to understand how the investment by NGOs and donors has led communities to manage their tourism cash flow to meet community and conservation objectives without the capacity to account for or build long-term business profitability.