SenseCamp is one of the largest gatherings of social entrepreneurs. The event was first launched in 2012 in Berlin and has since grown to be organized in different parts of the world from Europe to Asia.

It’s common knowledge that the Philippines has beautiful islands, scenes, and experiences that cannot be found elsewhere. Tourism is directed at these outstanding landscapes that capture the greenery and surrounding oceans that are perfect for vacation spots. However, that’s just one side of the spectrum.

Tourism can have negative impacts on our environment, surrounding cultures, and ecosystem. Yet most don’t realize that the reality of these effects.

SenseCamp 2018 will tackle Sustainable Tourism to understand the problem as well as discuss possible and existing solutions that social entrepreneurs and the public can get involved in.

Through talks, workshops, and the interaction with likeminded individuals, it’s a national network and connection building event to find, ideate, and take action on what can be done to widen sustainable tourism.

SenseCamp is organized by makesense, an international organization that involves and engages communities and social entrepreneurs to build local and sustainable solutions.

We Need To Talk About Sustainable Tourism

SenseCamp is one of the largest gatherings of social entrepreneurs. The event was first launched in 2012 in Berlin and has since grown to be organized in different parts of the world from Europe to Asia.

It’s a worldwide opportunity to share or build more ideas to tackle persisting problems facing a community.

SenseCamp 2018 will take place on October 20-21, 2018 at Mount Purro Nature Reserve. Registration is PHP 2,800.00 inclusive of food, transportation, etc. until October 12, 2018. To register, visit their website.

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