Our experiential camps based around the world will help to raise your awareness of sustainable living and will allow you to develop practical solutions to environmental challenges. For more information about the kinds of camps available to you as a student at SUMAS, click on the respective icons below.

Biodiversity and Clean Energy
Costa Rica

This course is designed to explore biodiversity and clean energy sites in Costa Rica. Costa Rica has the highest density of Biodiversity in the world. The country covers only 0.03 percent of the of the globe but shelters 5% of the existing biodiversity in the entire world. 26% of the country is composed of conservation and natural protected territory. 92% of the installed capacity for production of energy is from clean sources: hydro, Eolic, geothermal, solar and biomass. In fact, Costa Rica is the only country in the world where you can find all these types of energy in a 10mile radius.

Gross National Happiness (GNH )
Bhutan

The course will introduce the concept of GNH, its 9 domains and 33 indicators and its application in Bhutan. The course will discuss global GNH related initiatives in the world and we will use the GNH index to evaluate business practices.

Eco-tourism
Iceland

The course is designed to explore the issues related to a new tourist destination that is experiencing exponential growth in a fragile environment and having a low-density population. The destination is unique in being isolated and having what might be loosely termed, large expanses of ‘wilderness environments’.

The module will explore current strategies and models of tourism development and try to evaluate what would be the best sustainable development for Iceland.

Thailand
Sustainable Hospitality

Thailand is one of the most popular and most traveled destinations in Asia. Have you ever thought about traveling environmentally friendly in Thailand? There are a lot of possibilities to greener your next trip to Thailand. The country has over 300 national parks and 17% of the land are designated areas for environmental protection.

The economy of Thailand is mostly depending on the tourism industry. To ensure the healthy development of tourist destinations in Thailand, it is essential to lower the impact that mass tourism has on the environment and the community. Sustainable tourism takes care of the present needs while preserving the needs of future generations.

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