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RETI RESOURCES & LINKS


RENEWABLE ENERGY INFORMATION

 

RETI Partners
University of Colorado at Boulder Energy Initiative:
ei.colorado.edu

Center for Sustainable Tourism East Carolina University:  www.ecu.edu/sustainabletourism

National Renewable Energy Laboratory: www.nrel.gov

Sponsors
Miles Media: www.milesmedia.com

Lead Author & Researcher
Sustainable Travel International:
www.sustainabletravelinternational.org

Useful Resources
Discovery Channel - Planet Green: planetgreen.discovery.com

American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) -
Renewable Energy Finance Network (REFIN):
www.acore.org/programs/refin.php

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Clean Energy Programs:  www.epa.gov/solar
(see Green Power Partnership & Energy Star programs)

International Air Transport Association (IATA) Environment page:  www.iata.org/whatwedo/environment

Global Bioenergy Partnership: www.globalbioenergy.org

Methane to Markets: www.methanetomarkets.org

National Park Service's Climate Friendly Parks Program:
www.nps.gov/climatefriendlyparks

National Ski Area Association Sustainable Slopes Program:
www.nsaa.org/nsaa/environment/sustainable_slopes

Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership – Project development tools:  www.reeep.org/123/develop-your-project.htm

Switched On: Renewable Energy Opportunities in the Tourism Industry, published by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP):  www.uneptie.org/pc/tourism/library/energy.htm

Travelife: www.travelife.eu

The Travel Foundation: www.thetravelfoundation.org.uk

Washington International Renewable Energy Conference:
www.wirec2008.gov

United States Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Programs:  www.eere.energy.gov

White House Energy Security Page:
www.whitehouse.gov/infocus/energy

R.E.T.I. Resources
R.E.T.I. Introduction at S.O.S. Conference, Feb. 2008

Latest Update on R.E.T.I. Activities & Plans

 

 

CONTRIBUTORS

 

Accommodation Sector
www.paradisebayresort.net
www.fairmont.com
www.innserendipity.com
www.tiamoresorts.com
www.sixsenses.com
www.proximityhotel.com
www.flsenergy.com
www.saundershotelgroup.net
www.xanterra.com

Airline Sector
www.boeing.com
www.aa.com
www.virgin-atlantic.com
www.continental.com
www.natureair.com/aboutus/corporate.html
www.britishairways.com/travel/csr-corporate-responsibility
www.airnewzealand.co.nz

Cruise Line Sector
www.ecoventura.com
www.captaincook.com.au
www.solarsailor.com.au
www.expeditions.com
www.hollandamerica.com
www.royalcaribbean.com
www.expeditions.com

Public Lands Sector
www.nps.gov
www.epa.qld.gov.au/parks_and_forests
www.doc.govt.nz

Ski Resort Sector
www.aspensnowmass.com
www.grandtarghee.com
www.vailresorts.com
www.whistlerblackcomb.com

Tour Operator Sector
www.gapadventures.com
www.tuitravelplc.com
www.nathab.com
www.escapeadventures.com
www.alaskawildland.com
www.wilderness-safaris.com
www.intrepidtravel.com

Public Comment Provided By:
Ariane Janer, EcoBrasil
Alistair Mclean, Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO)
Amy Hammond, BioRegional Consulting Ltd
Chris Romer, Vail Valley Partnership
David M. Stipanuk, School of Hotel Administration, Cornell University
Dianne Paton, Air Newzealand
Geoff Gabites, Adventure South Ltd
Kathryn Maxwell, New Zealand Department of Conservation
Kevin Schwartz, Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa
Patrick Thorne, Save Our Snow
Terry Prichard & Nancy Mertz, Sea Kayak Adventures, Inc