The eco–health tourism market is growing rapidly and promises particularly innovative career opportunities for young people ,who are more environmentally aware than their elders. Eco–health tourism increases the economic and social impact of individuals, while minimising the impact on the environment and local communities. In this sense, it allows invisible young people to project themselves in an emerging and promising sector of Sustainability and Eco–health Tourism, Robert S. Bristow We have identified with our young audiences three areas of work that they invest in: sport, street food, street art and digital. Eco–tourism is largely absent from entrepreneurship education. Research conducted by partners in their own countries confirms that 85% of vocational entrepreneurship education is focused on traditional business sectors.
In this context, our project has a clear objective: to introduce new models of entrepreneurship training through actions in the field of Eco health tourism. Our targets are–Youth workers who will acquire and dispose of tools for informal training and development of youth initiatives in the field of eco–tourism–NEET and other young people, who will use eco–health tourism to develop their creative projects, initiatives andbusinesses.