Gabriel Killian

Gabriel Killian

Gabriel Killian is passionate about sustainable development, understanding the true value of our human and natural capital, and utilizing it to build communities through business. He earned two Bachelor of Science degrees at a liberal arts university in Missouri in 2004 and has held leadership and director positions in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. He will graduate with a Master of Science degree in International Sustainable Tourism from The University of North Texas in May 2014.

    Tabacon: Pura ida in Costa Rica

    Gabriel Killian | Saturday, April 19, 2014
    Too often, “sustainable” comes off sounding like “sacrifice.” Even environmentally aware people appreciate luxury, comfort, and convenience on vacation. What travel experiences offer the eco-conscious a way to indulge in the finer side of life? For an uncommon experience, green enthusiast... More »

    WorkAway: Adventure Planning Made-to-order

    Gabriel Killian | Tuesday, February 11, 2014
    Humans have many needs and wants competing for their attention. Work, recreation, and relationships are manageable, but what about our need for travel and experiences? Here’s how WorkAway is making travel easy, inexpensive, and sustainable. Maintaining a healthy work/ life equilibrium can be to... More »

    Exploring Tortuguero, the Land of Turtles

    Gabriel Killian | Saturday, January 25, 2014
    How would you like to journey to a secluded corner of the world where you can immerse yourself in a spectacular setting teeming with ocean life? What if you also learned that these beautiful sea creatures were endangered, and that your travel experience could have significance for ocean conservation... More »

    Let’s be clear: Simplifying sustainability

    Gabriel Killian | Friday, January 10, 2014
    To reach more businesses with the benefits that sustainability has to offer, it’s time that we in the field simplify and demystify our message. “We’re doing the right thing.” Businesses are increasingly challenged to communicate this to customers. More often than not, companies mu... More »