Planeta Live, October 2020

Poster Conservation and culture fans, please join us Friday, October 30 for our monthly conversation about conscious living and travel in the age of the COVID19 pandemic. This month for our #PlanetaLive conversation, we are talking with friends about Day of the Dead (Dia de Muertos), Halloween, All Souls Day and the connections between. Muertos …

Planeta Live, August 2020

Poster Where is the conversation? Conservation and culture fans, please join us Friday, August 14 for our monthly convo. This month’s confirmed include Jennifer, Marlene, Melissa, and Moises. We will be guided on a series of virtual tours with status reports and recommendations from Las Vegas, Austin, Mexico City, Cuernavaca, Mérida, Oaxaca City, and San …

Planeta Live, June 2020

Poster Announcement: Planeta.com’s new monthly public zoom took place Friday, June 5, 10:30am Mexico, 8:30am Pacific – as a transmission on Planeta’s Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/planetadotcom – and later uploaded to YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ronmader/videos. Timestamps 03:40 Marlene: Future is smaller groups 05:30 Febo: Mexico Bike Tour 07:50 Febo: Projects need a Gringo to work 08:30 Ron: …

Planeta Talks September 19, 2019

Poster Today’s livestreaming Periscope: Local and global ecosystems, parks, and #ecotourism streaming from https://twitter.com/planetanews During the Periscope audio we will open and read from the following pages. Comments are welcome as notes on individual features or via Twitter. Updating This week Climate Throwback Thursday Elsewhere on the WebNovember 5, London, Responsible Tourism Fringe Networkingfacebook.com/events/508024486660578 Follow …

Planeta.com September 2019 Preview

Poster This month we are starting experiments in livestreaming, public conversations. Some of the sessions take place on Facebook and Twitter/Periscope. Our September 3 and 5th and 12th YouTuve chats were delayed due to technical reasons via YouTube. September 19 Planeta Talks September 19, 2019 Starting Time Join us! Where is the conversation? We begin …

Responsible Travel Week 2019

Poster: #7MagicMountains Please speak with Planeta.com host Ron Mader if you would like to participate in this global conversation. Volunteers requested for testing our video chats, first privately and then publicly. Announcement 2019 was Planeta.com‘s 21st year of innovative, community-driven, online conferencing. We invited friends to join our free, week-long conversation, Responsible Travel Week, February …

Source: Planeta.com (2018)

Screenshot Friends and fans, a special request. Please check to see if Google News picks up Planeta.com features. Following are today’s results including the latest nerdy news from Flickr, this week’s World Travel Market, Responsible Tourism Day, Vegas Monorail, the Living Planet Report, and Monday’s Live Living Language Hangout, but first, a couple of questions: …

Planeta.com’s Spotlight Award Nomination (2017)

2017 was the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development and the #YearOfOpen, celebrating open access and open education. Planeta.com opens a public solicitation for nominees showing good practice in tourism and open access. Our #IY2017 Spotlight Award will be awarded to public (government) agencies, institutions and others leading the way. We are seeking examples …

Tips for Authors and Publishers

Planeta.com strives to be friendly to readers, authors and publishers. The following tips will help creators and purveyors of dead tree heritage media. SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES Please note that we are putting into practice a number of sustainable practices and this includes not receiving any unsolicited materials in print or online. Requests Print Materials – please …

Responsible Travel Week 2017

Poster 2017’s Responsible Travel Week was the ninth year celebrating responsible travel and Planeta.com’s 18th year of innovative online conferencing. One of Planeta.com’s tentpole events, the week manifests our commitment toward effective communication and collaboration. Participation is free and Pay What You Want (PWYW). Responsible travel is not an ethical dilemma of whether to have fun …