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Sustainable Hospitality & Tourism: Balancing Economics and Ecosystems

GBCI: 0920013503

The educational portion of the event will feature keynote speakers with an expert panel discussing how our state economy is dependent on both sustainable tourism and our natural resources and why it is crucial we view the relationship between our ecosystems and economics from a symbiotic stance.
Eligible for 2.0 CE HOURS.
  • 2.0 CE

Rating system: v4, v2009, SITES v2

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The educational portion of the event will feature keynote speakers with an expert panel discussing how our state economy is dependent on both sustainable tourism and our natural resources and why it is crucial we view the relationship between our ecosystems and economics from a symbiotic stance.

Objectives

  1. Define the tenets of Sustainable Tourism and discuss findings from Local Research from Home/second-home Owners
  2. Identify Positive Economic Impact as an Ecosystem Service: Perspectives on Sustaining Green Economic Development
  3. Identify Tourism-oriented Businesses in NC & the Marketability of Sustainable Hospitality and Tourism in NC
  4. Discuss Sustainable Hospitality at the Blockade Runner Beach Resort: A Local Case Study
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USGBC North Carolina
Charlotte, NC
United States

Leaders

Huili Hao
Hans Vogelsong
Tom Rhodes
Feletia Lee