This study has been implemented within the framework of the project “MOST – A model for sustainable tourism in Central Asia: Building Capacities, Creating Awareness, Introducing technology” co-funded by the European Union that aims at promoting a new and well-structured model for sustainable tourism in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan that can contribute to preserving and […]
Building Capacities, Creating Awareness, Introducing Technology The Central Asian countries present considerable opportunities to become major tourist destinations due to their unique cultural, historical, archaeological, and natural attractions and heritage. While Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan have strategically utilised tourism to drive economic growth, the sector still faces numerous challenges, including lack of supply chain and […]
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“Environmental certification procedures and sustainable tourism management issues” – challenges and expectations at the national level in Uzbekistan
On October 4th, 2019 President Shavkat Mirziyoyev had approved Uzbekistan’s Strategy of transition to a “green” economy for 2019-2030. “The low level of energy efficiency of the economy, irrational consumption of natural resources, slow technology upgrades, not active participation of small businesses in the implementation of innovative solutions for the development of a green economy […]
Roundtable on “Environmental Certification Procedures and Sustainable Tourism Management Issues– the challenges and the expectations at National level” in Nur Sultan.
Business and state bodies discussed the development of sustainable tourism in Kazakhstan Nur Sultan, 22 December 2020 – Today, the Eurasian Tourism Association as part of the MOST project (A model for sustainable tourism in Central Asia: Building Capacities, Creating Awareness, Introducing technology) of the European Union’s SwithAsia program held a roundtable on “Environmental Certification […]
The Challenge The former Soviet Asian States present considerable opportunities to become a major tourist destination in the way of unique cultural, historical, archaeological, and natural attractions. Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan have strategically utilised tourism for driving economic growth. However, the sector faces a lot of problems and challenges. The most important are the lack […]
Round table on “Sustainable tourism and the GSTC’s roles in the global and/or local tourism industry” in Dushanbe.
On 15-th December 2020 in the conference hall of “Atlas Hotel” in Dushanbe city the first round table discussion with stakeholders on the project “a Model for sustainable tourism in Central Asia: building capacities, creating awareness, introducing technology (MOST)” was held.
Environmental Certification Procedures and Sustainable Tourism Management Issues – the challenges and the expectations at National level
The Eurasian Tourism Association is implementing in Kazakhstan the project “MOST- A model for sustainable tourism in Central Asia
Round table discussion on “Sustainable tourism and the GSTC’s roles in the global or / and local tourism Industry” with the involvement of stakeholders.
Tajik Association for Promotion of Tourism Development (TATO) expresses its gratitude for the tremendous support for projects in Central Asia.
On GSTC for sustainable tourism, relevant standards as well as on green
The Global Sustainable Tourism Council criteria serve as the global baseline standards for sustainability in travel and tourism.