A Sustainable Future

Creating a Sustainable Future for Tourism

MTA collaborates with members and organisations globally to create solutions that support the entire virtual tourism industry and create a hybrid future of sustainable travel. From tour operators to attractions to transferable skills, we work alongside members to develop initiates that secure the tourism industry for the future.

We work with several projects, both inside the metaverse and in the real world to build the capacity for sustainable business models, allowing communities to access the benefits of tourism while also addressing the ongoing climate crisis associated with our carbon footprints.

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MTA’s Virtual Tourism Education programme enables all destinations and travel professionals to understand the opportunities of the metaverse. Re-imagining tourism as a whole is crucial for building long term sustainability for the industry. Without innovative technologies many of the current environments will continue to fall into neglect and overtourism will lead to less industry viability in the long run. This is why we advocate for a hybrid approach to tourism development.The

MTA helps businesses to use the metaverse to explore Sustainable Solutions for Tourism. 

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Virtual Tourism is more sustainable.

MTA is committed to helping to develop a hybrid future for the tourism industry. We can aim to be more sustainable in several ways:

  • Reduced carbon emissions: Virtual tourism eliminates the need for transportation, reducing the carbon footprint of travel.
  • Conservation of resources: Traditional tourism involves the use of a significant amount of resources such as water, electricity, and food.
  • Preservation of natural habitats: Virtual tourism allows people to experience destinations without physically disturbing natural habitats.
  • Reduced waste: Traditional tourism generates a significant amount of waste, such as plastic bottles, food packaging, and disposable products. Virtual tourism eliminates the need for these items.
  • Less overcrowding: Virtual tourism reduces the number of visitors to these destinations, helping to alleviate overcrowding and its negative impacts.