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European YETI






European Youth Eco-tourism Initiatives 

 European YETI is a European project aiming to develop the young people’s skills who want to work in the field of eco-tourism and support them in their commitment to share and value Europe in a more sustainable way.








Discover good practices of eco-tourism around Europe

The identification of initiatives of young Europeans in the field of ecotourism in Southern Europe, the Balkans, Western Europe and Scandinavia on a map ! This digital guide of good practices gathers an interactive map, video portraits and pictures. 

Find out what’s happening close to your area or get inspired by other one’s project!

Discover good practices of eco-tourism around Europe

The identification of initiatives of young Europeans in the field of ecotourism in Southern Europe, the Balkans, Western Europe and Scandinavia on a map ! A digital guide of good practices is produced from reports constructed by young people. It proposes a map of initiative, video portraits of a range of initiatives and pictures of the initiative. Find out what’s happening close to your area or get inspired by other one’s project!

Equip yourself with the best resources to support youth initiatives
in eco-tourism

The partners are building a toolbox to support young people’s initiatives. 

What kind of tools will you find ?

– Knowledge of the environment, and measuring the impact of leisure activities on the environment
– Knowledge of the issues involved in promoting intangible heritage and the inclusion of inhabitants in the tourist offer
– Technical tools for the economic order and adapted economic models
– Tools for measuring indicators related to the environmental and sustainable dimension of projects
– Use of digital tools to promote initiatives and knowledge of communication networks
This toolkit is accessible to young people, and to adults who support the approaches of these young people, actors of youth. These are people working in the tourism, environment, creative industries and cultural heritage enhancement sectors, as well as in supporting entrepreneurship and the creation of activities for young people.

Equip yourself with the best resources to support youth initiatives in eco-tourism

On the basis of an online consultation and the good practice guide, the partners are building a toolbox to support young people’s initiatives. It proposes tools in terms of :

– Knowledge of the environment, and measuring the impact of leisure activities on the environment
– Knowledge of the issues involved in promoting intangible heritage and the inclusion of inhabitants in the tourist offer
– Technical tools for the economic order and adapted economic models
– Tools for measuring indicators related to the environmental and sustainable dimension of projects
– Use of digital tools to promote initiatives and knowledge of communication networks
This toolkit is accessible to young people, and to adults who support the approaches of these young people, actors of youth. These are people working in the tourism, environment, creative industries and cultural heritage enhancement sectors, as well as in supporting entrepreneurship and the creation of activities for young people.

How to involve young people through efficient training.

A training program for young actors in the ecotourism sector. The partners mobilize young
actors and experts in the field of tourism and environment, in the valorization of intangible
heritage, in the support to young people’s initiative and entrepreneurship to build online
training programs, which they are experimenting during 2 training sessions in Romania and
France.

How to involve young people through efficient training

A training program for young actors in the ecotourism sector. The partners mobilize young
actors and experts in the field of tourism and environment, in the valorization of intangible
heritage, in the support to young people’s initiative and entrepreneurship to build online
training programs, which they are experimenting during 2 training sessions in Romania and
France.

A European Yeti Prize to reward best practices : congratulate entrepreneurship !

To highlight and encourage eco-touristic initiatives, a European Yeti Prize will be awarded for the practice that has inspired the most the jury.

Who is the jury ?

The jury will be 15 persons, 3 people in each of the 5 countries will be selected, from different background, diverse profile in terms of age and experience in eco-tourism sector– always involved on the long term for this project.

How will they choose the price?

The prize will be chosen through a grid of criteria that has been defined by the partners expert in the field of eco-tourism and youth initiatives.

The criterias will be:

1.Originality
2. Appealing and enjoyable for youth
3. Innovation for society
4.Capacity of transmission /shareability
5. Feasibility

The jury will give grade for each criteria and discuss their choices during a session moderated by an expert.

The winner will be announced during year 2 of the project.