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ATTA Member Leads Plastic Water Bottle Ban, Offers Tips for Other Industry Leaders

Huw Kingston helped Bundanoon, Australia, become the world's first bottled water-free town, and he says tour operators have the power to help curb use throughout the world.
 
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2018 Tour Operator Scholarships to Support ATTA’s Strategic Initiatives

This year's four scholarships will be awarded to those making a difference in the areas of women in leadership, climate action, reducing plastic use, and empowering youth.

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AdventureEDU in Jordan Primes Local Industry for Upcoming AdventureNEXT Near East

The interactive, two-day training covered business trends, product development, and marketing strategies as professionals prepared for the ATTA's regional May event.

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