Thanks to these partners for supporting the Tibet Eco Travel Collective:
Columbia’s Modern Tibetan Studies Program at the Weatherhead East Asian Institute is dedicated to teaching about the society, history, and culture of modern Tibet. It provides a range of courses and programs for undergraduate and graduate students who want to focus on modern Tibet studies; supports and carries out research on modern Tibetan society, history, and culture; runs study programs, educational projects and conferences; organizes exchange visits with Tibetan and Chinese scholars from Tibet and elsewhere; and has an ongoing program of public activities in New York.
The Treasury of Lives is a biographical encyclopedia of Tibet, Inner Asia, and the Himalayan region. Founded in 2007 as a project of the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, the Treasury provides an accessible and well-researched biography of a wide range of figures, from Buddhist masters to artists and political officials, many of which are peer reviewed. The Tibet Eco Travel Collective team thanks the Treasury of Lives for generously shared their mapping software and developer to help build this site.
Liquid Spark is a full service adventure marketing agency dedicated to supporting people, place and planet through reciprocal tourism and social entrepreneurship. Reciprocal tourism goes beyond sustainability to include responsibility to leave a place and its peoples better off than before the tourism visit. We believe this is essential for 21st century responsible travel. We are happy to support the Tibet Eco Travel Collective project.