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In the run-up to COP26 in Glasgow, tourism businesses, destinations, and associations are invited to participate in the Global Survey of Climate Action in Tourism.
The survey is led by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in collaboration with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and with support from the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), San Francisco State University and Tourism Declares A Climate Emergency. It is implemented within the framework of the Sustainable Tourism Programme of the One Planet Network.
Make your voice heard so that we can capture and showcase the many ongoing efforts of tourism stakeholders to embrace a low-carbon pathway. Take the Climate Action Tourism Survey, available in English, French, and Spanish.
Global hotel survey on ocean conservation - we need your help!
In partnership with EU ocean conservation NGO Sciaena and media partner 4Hoteliers.com, our survey on ocean conservation needs your help!
Our global hotel survey closes on 5 July 2021.
Our research aims to identify best practice leadership case studies, as well as, investigate the experiences, challenges and support needed by the hotel sector to start, further develop or replicate their ocean conservation initiatives post-Covid to build back better.
These corporate ocean-related projects can be wide ranging, from implementing no-plastic policies and sustainable seafood options in restaurants, to educating tourists and supporting marine conservation projects to protect, for example, turtles, coral and mangroves. More information on the research can be found here. The survey is open to all hotel accommodation types, sizes and geography.
The research report will be published and shared later in 2021 with recommendations and tips to help support the hotel sector to scale up their positive ocean impact, and excel as natural stewards of our precious oceans.
Hoteliers: help us by filling out the survey today! The survey is available here.