Entries about MEET Network as an organization, or about MEET Network’s sites (including the blog).
MEET Network is happy to share the third entry of the “Drops of Knowledge” Ecotourism series.
This time we would like to share a video of MEET project manager, Luca Santarossa, presenting MEET project approach and success factors during IUCN World Parks Congress held in Sydney, Australia in November 2014.
The video is part of the “UNDP […]
We are very glad to use MEET Network blog as a hub for sharing news and information of what is going on about sustainable tourism in the Mediterranean region!
This time we give the floor to “LactiMED” project, an initiative aimed to foster the production and distribution of typical and innovative dairy products in the Mediterranean […]
MEET Network is happy to share the second entry of the “Drops of Knowledge” Ecotourism series.
This time we are sharing a collection of Ecotourism best practices, prepared during MEET project by Europarc Italy – Federparchi with the support of the rest of the partners, to learn lessons form the best international experiences on-ecotourism, in order […]
In this last blog entry, we are glad to share a text by Ginger Warder of her experience during MEET fam trip in Cèvennes National Park, straight from GoNomad website a great supporter of MEET Tours! Enjoy!
A Locavore’s Tour of Cévennes National Park
“When I was invited to test an ecotourism itinerary titled Hiking Up a […]
MEET Network is happy to share with all its “Drops of Knowledge” Ecotourism series.
The “Drops of Knowledge” ecotourism series aims at putting in value the work done and the lessons learned, sharing materials, presentations, documents and interesting facts…fruit of Mediterranean Experience of EcoTourism journey and beyond.
This first entry focuses on Environmental Interpretation in Protected Areas, […]
Tourism definitely hasn’t been booming in Jordan since it’s neighbour Syria became the weekly headline news for all the wrong reasons.
Jordanians like to say things like “we are a peaceful country with naughty neighbours”, but it is clear that the country is hurting from being unceremoniously dropped from people’s bucket list.
On my first walk down […]
Aside from a participatory, collaborative approach involving protected area management agencies working with local tour operators, homestay owners and communities, the ‘eco’ in the MEET ecotourism packages involves a contribution to the conservation of Mediterranean protected areas. This may be through involving travellers in a concrete conservation activity, such as planting a baby Cedar tree […]
MEET Test Tours: Tunisia & Jordan
The MEET project follows a participatory planning process based on the Europarc Federation’s ECST, which involves protected area managers working with local tour operators and service providers to develop ecotourism activities within Mediterranean protected areas.
This is the first time this kind of approach has been applied, and each package developed […]
Many businesses, whatever their size, go at it alone: trying to build a business and putting their financial bottom line as a first priority. The Mediterranean Experience of Ecotourism attempts to challenge this model, by following a participatory, cross sector approach to tourism product development. Led by ecotourism experts, the MEET Network is provided with […]