Tourism is one of the most dynamic economic sectors in the world. This continued growth in tourism is accompanied by increased consumer awareness of sustainable (environmentally friendly), participatory and inclusive tourism. Raise awareness on the theme of sustainable and inclusive tourism, understand the business opportunities it offers and how to take advantage of them individually or as a group of young entrepreneurs. In this way, the European Youth Roots project promotes the involvement of young people in innovative projects in the field of participatory and sustainable tourism.
Raise awareness on the theme of sustainable and inclusive tourism
Develop a coherent strategy to improve and diversify the promotion of sustainable and inclusive tourism services
Recognise, develop and fully exploit the potential of cultural and natural heritage
Produce the results of new innovative approaches to better support competitiveness and employment
latest news from the project
The 21st of April, we attended a debate about the situation of the European tourism and more particularly about sustainable tourism in Europe. Organised on the European Rail year by the European Network for Sustainable Travel, this live event reunited several...
Are you a startupper, young business or intrapreneur in sustainable and inclusive tourism and want to build a sustainable tourism network? These 5 steps will guide you in the process of creating and running your network of sustainable tourism players with key...
An online survey was used to find out more about the behavior of young adults in Austria and Germany.
The United Nations Intergovernmental Climate Change Panel (IPCC), issued a report in October of 2018, which states that the world needs to limit global warming.
Article by EUEI Sustainability is at the forefront of many peoples minds, we want to make better decisions in order to limit the negative impact of our travel habits. According to a 2019 study by the leading travel booking platform Booking.com nearly three quarters...
On the 16th of January the European Youth Roots partnership met online to overview the Erasmus+ project.
The British Council’s report on Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth has found that Cultural Heritage can contribute to growth that is both inclusive and sustainable.
European Youth Roots has developed a clear and decisive strategy to raise awareness, improve and diversify sustainable tourism services.
On the 8th of April the European Youth Roots partnership met online to kick-start the Erasmus+ project.
On the 31st January 2020 in Paris (France), Le LABA – coordinator – has presented the European Youth Roots project.