How to reduce your CO2 emissions (a practical guide)

This practical guide helps you reduce your CO2 emissions as a tour operator and commit to the Glasgow Declaration for Climate action in Tourism.
How to reduce your CO2 emissions (a practical guide)

Glasgow Declaration

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 pledge commits to halve emissions by 50% by 2030 and reaching net-zero by 2050.

The Glasgow Declaration presents a new, very bold, path towards climate accountability. And it’s clear we need one, as the earth is warming up and the consequences of global warming are more visible than ever. Think about:

  • Extreme bush fires in Australia and (South) America last year
  • Flooding in Venice
  • Heavy hurricane season in the Caribbean
  • Extreme heats and rain falls in Europe

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Good tourism trends 2023

Prepare for the future in our online workshop. Join us on 9th February 2023, 3PM CET for a practical action plan full of ideas and tasks to respond to tourism trends in 2023!

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This course guides you through the first steps to become a better tour operator. It teaches you how to run a successful and sustainable business!