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In his blog about his recent travels to Canada and the United States, Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning Michael Russell referenced his April meeting with the ATTA in San Francisco. Secretary Russell highlighted the importance of building relationships with organizations such as ATTA in order to continue to develop Scotland’s role in world tourism. He also emphasized a key component of the meeting, which was the principle role of culture and climate change in the upcoming 2010 Adventure Travel World Summit to be held in Aviemore, Scotland this October. He remarked, “Those involved in adventure travel now want to make sure there is a broad and sustainable agenda for all their clients.” Read the full post here.