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Sustainable Tourism: Lessons from Iceland

Dr. Dave Randle | Posted 10.19.2016 | Green
Dr. Dave Randle

Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at the PM4SD (Project Management For Sustainable Development) Conference in Akureyri, Iceland. Akureyri only...

Lessons for Sustainable Tourism From Cuba

Dr. Dave Randle | Posted 10.04.2016 | Green
Dr. Dave Randle

This past week I had the opportunity to facilitate a Sustainable Tourism and Marine Science Symposium in Havana Cuba. While many U.S. Citizens would ...

Tour de Turtles Journey from Cuba to Florida

Dr. Dave Randle | Posted 09.19.2016 | Green
Dr. Dave Randle

This past Summer, I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Maria La Gorda, Cuba, the far most western tip of Cuba as part of the Sea Turtle Conserva...

USF Patel College of Global Sustainability Celebrates World Tourism Day On Anna Maria Island

Dr. Dave Randle | Posted 09.26.2016 | Green
Dr. Dave Randle

About 30 students, staff and faculty from the USF Patel College of Global Sustainability traveled to Anna Maria Island to celebrate World Tourism Day....

Sustainable Tourism Consultation Seeks to Provide Input To the United Nations

Dr. Dave Randle | Posted 01.04.2015 | Green
Dr. Dave Randle

The University of South Florida Patel College of Global Sustainability hosted a Sustainable Tourism Consultation on U.N. Day, October 24, 2014. The C...

A New Model For Excellence in Elephant Care

Dr. Dave Randle | Posted 07.14.2014 | Green
Dr. Dave Randle

While hippos are thought to be the most dangerous animal in Africa, this is not the case in the Liwonde National Park in Malawi. Despite the hippos outnumbering the elephants with about 1000 hippos and 650 elephants, elephants seem to be the greater threat in this part of Africa.

Malawi Partners With USF Patel College of Global Sustainability in Vision Toward Sustainable Tourism

Dr. Dave Randle | Posted 08.05.2013 | Green
Dr. Dave Randle

Liwonde National Park is the jewel of the national park system in Malawi. Drawing on the expertise of the PCGS, the IFAW, local Malawians and many other collaborators, the vision for a model National Park sustainable tourism plan in Africa just may become a reality.