"Cyọkọ" na "Cross-Promotion" abụrụla mkpọtụ nke imekọ ihe ọnụ n'oge a. Gini mere ị ga - eji kwalite ikike mmeghari ohuru na njem njegharị na - abụ ihe atụ nke akara ngosi dị mma, ala ala na elu?
N'ịbụ ndị dị ka ụlọ ọrụ na-ebi ndụ ndụ dị mma, a na-achọpụtawanye njem na njem nleta dị ka ngwa ọrụ nkwukọrịta cross-dịgasị iche n'etiti ọdịbendị, nke a na-akpọkarị The Peace Industry. Gini mere ị ga - eji were ọrụ ọrụ a na - emepụta Peace Industry wee mee ya ụlọ ọrụ na - eduga na ntughari ume ume n'okpuru akara nke anyanwụ? Sustainable / Responsible Tourism and Renewable Energy together nwere ike mepụta njikọta nkwado mgbasa ozi na-akwalite ụdị ndụ ọhụrụ.
This is the quintessence of an essay written by Max Haberstroh, an international tourism consultant, member of EUROSOLAR (www.eurosolar.org), who has been working for different government and non-government organizations on development projects in Eastern Europe, Central and Southeast Asia, Africa, Middle East and Latin America.
Ọ bụ onye ji obi ike na-alụ ọgụ maka ume ọhụrụ, ọkachasị ike anyanwụ: "Iji ma bulie ume ume ọkụ karịa mmanụ ọkụ ọkụ agaghị achọ ka e wepụta otu iberi site na nkasi obi anyị na-adịbu," ka ọ na-ekwu. "Njem nlegharị anya, ikwupụta nkwado, ihe ọmụmụ na ọrụ, kwesịrị n'ezie - ma nwee ike - mepụta mmekọrịta ọhụrụ ma nye mmụọ maka usoro ibi ndụ ọhụụ."
The Hotel Energy Solutions (HES) project recently launched by the UN-World Tourism Organization is an inspiring initiative. “But where are all the other tourism destination marketing organizations, including more than 25,000 worldwide, that claim to be ecological protagonists and who will promote sustainable/responsible tourism by making renewable energy the pivot of their social and ecological solidarity?” — Where are the renewable energy promoting organizations who will address both energy entrepreneurs and the tourism sector, in a joint effort to making “renewable energy” an element of “sustainable tourism” — inherent and self-evident on a global scale?