Fresh from the Fairbnb.coop Blog
The consequences of the pandemic will not be enough to return them to their inhabitants, if we do not put a brake on a market that is just waiting to return to the status quo ante. But normality was a problem and the solution could come from below, from the networks of communities who propose self-regulating sustainable tourism models, like Fairbnb.coop.
There are as many labels for the concept of sustainable tourism as collective creativity is able to create. What are the differences in terms of sustainability? What are the biggest indicators of a sustainable choice for a traveler?
Only the origin of the name “spritz” (pronounced “spriss” or “sprissetto”) has Austrian origins: Spritz was drunk in Venice a long time before the Austrians arrived in town! Here is what really happened, and its original recipe!
Co.Co. Farm 2021 is a sustainable development project promoted by the community-based cooperative Terre del Magra, which aims to recover waste biomass to transform it into clean and renewable energy and natural fertilizer.
In Granada Fairbnb.coop supports the “Placeta Games” project, which aims to revitalize the city’s neighborhoods and facilitate social inclusion by organizing traditional outdoor games
With our Community Powered Tourism we can make our contribution to achieving the SDGs – Goal 11, Sustainable cities and communities, which concerns all those who live in the cities or would like to visit them.
In the new book by Ariel Guarco, president of the International Co-operative Alliance, the historical principles of the cooperative movement still prove useful in finding answers to the urgent challenges of the contemporary world, from sustainability to the pandemic.
Fairbnb.coop is also on Spotify and YouTube! Our local communities would like to introduce you a bit to their musical heritage. Listen to our travel playlists, enjoy the local music of your next destination and start travelling with all you senses!
The pandemic gives us a once in a lifetime chance to break the mould. We don’t want to go back to the past, because the past is the problem. Business as usual is not an option. Regenerative tourism can be a solution for the years and the world to come: let’s build a different future together!