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On November 4th, 2021, the ‘Glasgow Declaration for Climate Action in Tourism’ launched at the UN climate change conference COP26. It increased the urgency about the need to accelerate climate action in tourism.
The declaration talks about securing strong actions to support the global commitment of reaching net-zero as soon as possible.
But what does this practically mean for tour operators? What are the quick wins to lower your carbon footprint? This guide provides you with practical actions you can start with to reduce your own CO2 emissions.
👉 Read the full guide: goodtourisminstitute.com/library/reduce-co2-emissions/
Hi, my name is Anne de Jong and I'm a sustainable tourism consultant and co-founder of the Good Tourism Institute. An online learning platform for tour operators to become better in business. More sustainable and successful at the same time!
Every two weeks we publish new content, in the form of (guest) articles, videos and good tourism practices. We aim to inspire and educate tour operators to become better tour operators for a sustainable future in tourism.
Hope you enjoy our latest article on reducing your CO2 emissions! 👋