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Things are changing around here at ITM HQ. We were unable to reach our fundraising goal to keep us up and running. Here are a few things that will be changing as a result:

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"Towards more Sustainable Destinations" - Following the GSTC Criteria, management, marketing and awareness of sustainable destinations will be the key themes at the Global Sustainable Tourism Conference, GSTC2017. 

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In the beating heart of Benin, Kevin Dimetres stumbles across the ancient belief of Vodun, what we know as Voodoo. His search for understanding takes him on the ride of a lifetime. 

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Mexico City has been working toward a more sustainable future and has plans to achieve great things by 2020. In this guide, we learn about the most sustainable places to stay, things to do and places to eat with Dominique Cordero of La Mariposa Vagabunda.

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Rajasthan is a vast region with many attractions and much more to experience in communities found off the beaten track. Ellie Cleary from Soul Travel Blog takes us on a special tour. 

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Mark Laiosa shares a few thoughts about packing and travel. From what to pack, to how to save space, to what you really need and what you don't, this little packing guide will get you out the door and on your adventure. 

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While preparing for a fun-filled Memorial Day weekend ahead, consider adding a few activities that will green up the neighborhood and add a few more smiles to the community.

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In the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017, whether your trip takes you to a tropical beach, a bustling city or a tranquil village, you can be the change you want to see in the world.

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Volunteer travel is becoming an increasingly popular activity. Volunteer travel can be a great tool, but it can cause more damage if done irresponsibly. Yaara Schattner from GivingWay has tips for how to volunteer responsibly.

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The Traditional Small Craft Association works to preserve small fishing crafts, fishing techniques and culture, as well as other maritime activities. They have a variety of things to see and do across the country. Mary Charlebois has the story.

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