About

The EarthCheck Research Institute brings together leading scientists, postdoctoral fellows, staff and students working in and across University research centres around the globe. Its role is to identify the opportunities and challenges that are likely to impact on the tourism industry over the next five to ten years with a focus on scientific research, education and capacity building to solve real-world challenges.

Why we exist

Why we exist

The EarthCheck Research Institute provides advice and assistance to industry on the challenges facing the future of our planet.

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Our Research Partners

Our Research Partners

The EarthCheck Research Institute includes Centres of Excellence with an established reputation for ground-breaking research. The following researchers and their research institutes have joined the ERI.

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APEC International Centre for Sustainable Tourism

APEC International Centre for Sustainable Tourism

AICST's role is to provide information and assistance to the APEC Economies and destinations to improve tourism sustainability throughout the region.

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EarthCheck Assessment & GSTC Evaluation Report (EAGER)

EarthCheck Assessment & GSTC Evaluation Report (EAGER)

EAGER is designed to introduce a destination management team to the core elements required for them to develop sustainable policies and practices by applying concurrently the EarthCheck Sustainable Destinations and GSTC Destinations Criteria to the specific destination.

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ClimateCheck

ClimateCheck

Developing a Climate Change Strategy for Tourism Destinations

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Tourism and Water

Tourism and Water

The EarthCheck Research Institute has released two international white papers on Tourism and Water to provide a global context on water stress, availability and stewardship, and discuss the implications for the tourism industry.

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Our History

Our History

For over 30 years, we have worked with leading research centres and universities around the world to address the key sustainability and climate change issues facing tourism destinations, communities and enterprises.

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