Early 2021, Accor was the first international hotel group to make a long-term commitment to decarbonize all its operations and achieve net zero by 2050 – including a 46% emission reduction by 2030, validated by the Science-Based Targets initiative.
FiturNext 2023 advances its programme focusing on how to boost the regeneration of the natural environment through tourism
Marta Domènech, Director of Tourism of Catalonia, Antonia Varela, Director of the Starlight Foundation, and Erika Harms, Strategic Director of Coastal Health, Iberostar Group, are the first speakers confirmed for the fourth edition of the Observatory to be held from 18 to 21 January at FITUR.
The Climate Action Plan includes impact measurement tool for multi-day adventure operators and sets a goal for all operators to have sustainability plans by 2030.
Regenerative Travel launches Best Practice Paper Series on Resource Management and ‘Agency of Change’ Trade Program Waitlist
Regenerative Travel’s Trade Program will recognize trailblazing travel agencies offering the highest level of regenerative experiences to clients.
World Travel & Tourism Council and Saudi-based Sustainable Tourism Global Center release groundbreaking research. North American sector’s GDP has grown on average 3.1% annually whilst its greenhouse gas emissions have increased by only 1.2%.
Travel & Tourism sector commits to vision to halt and reverse biodiversity loss by 2030.
The project has been pioneering sustainable crop production since 2007, when the 400-hectare Blaston Estate was inherited by current owner Hylton Murray-Philipson.
The FTI Group takes another key step in commitment to sustainability: no less than five incoming agencies are putting their sustainability programmes to the test. In May 2022 a pilot project with Meeting Point Morocco made the start.
Winners include nine teams for each challenge related to sustainability with various prizes. Students from around the world developed over 60 projects and received mentorship from Amadeus and industry experts to bring their ideas to life.
EU sector’s GDP has grown on average 2.1% annually whilst its greenhouse gas emissions increased by just 0.3%. EU sector’s emissions intensity decreased by 14% between 2010 and 2019.