Costa Rica Hosting International Forum on Sustainable Tourism

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – From November 3rd through 6th, Costa Rica will host the fourth edition of the international conference, Planet People Peace (P3), in which experts from 12 countries will have exhibits about sustainable tourism, organizers said Monday.

    The P3, organized by the National Chamber of Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism (CANAECO), will discuss key issues on green economies, sustainable destinations, national branding, and sustainable marketing.

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    CANAECO President, Glenn Jampol, told the press that the P3 conference objective is to bring experts together from these countries to demonstrate the successful model of sustainable tourism that Costa Rica has created.

    The activity includes keynote speeches, panel discussions, and on-site visits to several projects so that participants can see how companies apply sustainable tourism in Costa Rica.

    The conference will feature American journalist Elizabeth Becker, the Brazilian specialist in sustainable business, Julio Bin, researcher and contributor to the development of community tourism projects in Bhutan, Damcho Rinzin, and Kenyan ecotourism expert, Judy Kepher-Gona, among others.

    The P3 also will also have the participation of John Densmore of “The Doors” along with representatives from countries such as Peru, Australia, Norway, China, and the Netherlands.

    “We have an opportunity through the international conference to position Costa Rica as a premier sustainable tourist destination,” said Costa Rican Minister of Tourism, Allan Flores. (EFE)

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