Three countries share three different stories and reflect on their efforts to transform tourism into a more sustainable and inclusive model.
Excerpt from Designing Regenerative Cultures, a 2016 book by Daniel Wahl In the early 1950s, the Dayak people in Borneo suffered from malaria. The World Health Organisation had a solution: they sprayed large amounts of DDT to kill the mosquitoes that carried the malaria. The mosquitoes died, the malaria declined; so far, so good. But there were […]
How the mayor of Bogotá is creating a citywide social security system to relieve women from unpaid care work
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A complex system of interactions – processes and behaviours, communities, institutions’ attitudes, cultural beliefs and personal dynamics – should enable a move towards a holistic change. But how?