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The WHALE Center facilitates healing with individuals, families, organizations, communities, and the Earth in cooperation with others.

The WHALE Center welcomes partnerships and collaboative issues to further its vision.  


The Mission of the WHALE Center is to: promote strategies for sustainability, promote science based decision making to protect the environment, and raise awareness of the relationship between, wellness, a healthy environment and a healthy economy.  






Contact info:  President & CEO  Dr. David W. Randle

Phone: 727-388-6675

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Villages Nature: Reinventing Sustainable Tourism Last Updated on 2018-03-29 08:35:18   Last October I was privileged along with my colleague Ms. Silvia Barbone, Founder of PM4SD (Project Management For Sustainable Development), and FEST Executive Director (Foundation European Sustainable Tourism) to attend the inauguration of Villages Nature. Silvia and I had visited the site while under construction last May and experiencing the opening of the resort was a unique and unforgettable experience. Following my first visit I wrote an article titled, ‘Villages Nature: A Potential Game Changer for Sustainable Tourism’ where I began to examine how Villages Nature was meeting the challenges defined in the science of the 9 Planetary Boundaries. I was very excited to attend the inauguration. The resort had already received recognition by UNEP as one of the most sustainable tourism resorts in the world so I was curious to learn more.  ... More »
PCGS Sustainable Tourism Goes To EPCOT - 1 spot left Last Updated on 2015-10-16 21:21:20 PCGS Sustainable Tourism Experiential Learning Friday November 6th, 2015 EPCOT At Walt Disney World Cost $17.00 (Does not include Park Admission) Limited to first 16 registrations SOLD OUT!   The event will begin with an optional breakfast at the Wave Restaurant at Walt Disney World Contemporary Resort.  The Wave is known as the most sustainable food and local sourced food oriented restaurant at Walt Disney World.  The Wave serves market-inspired, sustainable dishes and has an advanced menu. The food is good, the service is outstanding. We will then board the Monorail for EPCOT where we will experience sustainable tourism practices, marketing, sustainable tourism messaging, and operations in practice.   The tour will feature a private “Behind the Seed Tour” followed by a private meeting with Dr. Fred Pettit, Agriculture and Water Sciences... More »
Donate to the WHALE Center Last Updated on 2015-09-19 13:50:34 Please consider a contribution to the WHALE Center. With your help our programs can grow even stronger.   Whether it is an international initiatiave such as Global Healing, an interfaith program such as URI, a program to support sustainability such as UPEC, or a humanitarian effort such as the Southern Sudan Eduation Project, a program to protect the oceans such as the Waves of Change campaign, the WHALE Center is making a difference in the world. We thank you for what you do to create a better world as well. The WHALE Center's Mission is to facilitate healing with individuals, groups, communities, nations, and the Earth in cooperation with others. We hope you will find a way to participate in one of our programs. WHALE is a 501 (c) 3 organization and contributions are tax-deductible as much as the law allows. Your donation on your credit card will show up as a... More »
The Tourism Crisis: Impacts and Solutions Last Updated on 2013-11-25 12:23:32 When most people think of tourism they rarely think of tourism as a crisis. Yet, last year according to the U.N. World Tourism Organization, tourists crossing international boarders reached over 1 billion a year for the first time. Projections are for international tourism visits to almost double to 1.8 billion by 2030. The tourism crisis is the impacts that adding 800 million additional international visitors per year to the tourism industry, not to mention the increase of tourism visits that may take place within national borders. Adding 800 million visitors a year is the equivalent of adding 8 or 9 Walt Disney Worlds to the tourism industry. The challenges of how to construct facilities, provide energy, water and waste management, develop new food supplies, and protect cultural heritages of local communities, is a huge crisis, indeed. The word crisis in Chinese characters has two... More »
Dr. David Randle interviews Dr. Reese Halter Last Updated on 2012-08-22 15:02:23 Dr. David W. Randle interviews Dr. Reese Halter where they discuss topics such as what science has to say about issues such as climate change, ocean acidification, new renewable technologies, their observations re: recent Walt Disney World, lessons from nature, sustainable fisheries, whales, impact of fertilizers on the oceans, and sustainable tourism. More »