In order to preserve the natural wealth, generate economic benefits in the communities and take extreme care of the environment, the Jaguar Valuation Council of Tourism and the Tourism Business Council of Yucatan (Cetur), announced the second Forum on Sustainable Tourism, in order to create awareness on the subject and give greater impetus to the municipalities in the south of the state.
The forum will be held on April 21 in the municipality of Tekax, with the participation of three distinguished panelists, who will discuss topics such as diving, caves, routes and business alternatives.
At a press conference, the president of the Jaguar Award, Rosa Isela Pantoja, explained that the event will be held as part of World Earth Day, in the municipal auditorium.
She explained that last year they collected food for the neediest communities of Tekax, so this year they will charge 40 pesos to help the communities of that municipality as a social action.
The topics to be discussed at the Forum are: “Vocación de anfitrión“, with Margarita Robledo Moguel, writer and composer; as well as “Alternativas empresariales para las nuevas generaciones“, by Roque Gamboa, Uady graduate and financial consultant for several companies.
Also contemplated is the topic “Sustainable diving, routes and caverns“, by Germán Suárez Bravo, specialist in diving in the reefs of Quintana Roo.
Protecting Yucatán’s natural attractions
The president of Cetur, Jorge Carrillo Sáenz, highlighted the importance of caring for the attractions and natural wealth of Yucatán and promoting a culture of sustainability in all areas.
In turn, the mayor of Tekax, Diego Ávila, pointed out that this town is working in favor of sustainability and increasing the tourism industry, which will improve the economy of its inhabitants.
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