Airports’ CO2 reduction and 4 new carbon neutral airports announced in Europe
Climate-friendly initiatives and actions essential for tourism, says UNWTO
UFI recognises six companies for their best practices in sustainable exhibiting
The Bellona Foundation and Carnival Corporation & plc sign agreement to continue improving sustainable cruise tourism
TUI Group publishes sustainability report: Scaling positive change through sustainable tourism
GSTC Delegation Visits Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan, China
On 14 June 2018, a GSTC Delegation attended the 2018 Sichuan Garze Mountain Tourism Festival opening ceremony took place.
Mr. You-Cai Xiao, the Governor of Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture and Deputy Secretary of Garze Committee of the Communist Party of China, opened the ceremony, with Mr.
8.3 million TUI customers stayed in sustainable hotels certified to a GSTC-Recognized standard (80% of the hotels owned by TUI Group)
TUI Group’s ambition is to increase the number of hotels with sustainability certifications to accommodate 10 million customers a year by 2020.
TUI Group encourages their hotels to become certified to GSTC-Recognized Standards, with a mandatory clause in contracts with their accommodation suppliers requiring them to work towards certification to GSTC-Recognized Standards.
GSTC in China: CATA 2018 Adventure Travel World Leaders Forum
Keynote speech by Randy Durband, GSTC CEO
On June 12th, the 1st (2018) Adventure Travel World Leaders Forum took place in Beijing, China. The event was organized by China Adventure Travel Association, a GSTC Member.
Walking Mountains Science Center Is Now a GSTC Training Partner
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Training Partner: Walking Mountains Science Center, Vail, Colorado
The GSTC is pleased to welcome the Walking Mountains Science Center in Colorado, USA, as a new training partner for the GSTC Sustainable Tourism Training Program (STTP).