MICS featured as case study for best practise in IWC Handbook!
The International Whaling Commission (IWC) has released a new online tool designed to support best practise in the field of cetacean whale watching, education and science, called the Whale Watching Handbook. This Handbook is designed to support managers, regulators, operators and anyone interested in whale watching. It is a flexible and evolving tool incorporating international best practice, educational resources and a summary of the latest, relevant scientific information.
MICS is featured as one of 19 case studies from around the world, for its unique brand of research-based tourism. Read more about MICS’ case study or click here to view the full handbook.
Please share this handbook around you for anyone interested in educational resources and responsible whale watching!