INTO’s work in the area of Sustainable Tourism.
- 2019 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards applications period Open
Celebrating 15 years of Tourism for Tomorrow:
WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Awards 2019 applications are now open. Today(Sept 4), the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) calls on Travel & Tourism organisations to
showcase their achievements by entering in the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards 2019.
Since the beginning of the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards under WTTC, there have ...
- One Planet Network Monthly Update: August 2018 The One Planet network formed to implement the 10 Year Framework of Programmes on
Sustainable Consumption and Production (10YFP).
The One Planet network had a significant presence at the High Level Political Forum 2018, organising and participating in several events and securing high-level political support at the official review of SDG 12 and other events.
A short video ...
- 10YFP Monthly Update: February 2018 The One Planet Network is the network of the 10 Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production.
We need you!
We are One Planet: With the guidance of our Board and the strong encouragement of the entire network, a new visual identity and narrative voice has been developed. Though our official name will always be ...
- World Heritage Day 2017 Lecture is now available as a video. On April 18th, 2017, INTO Chair, Dame Fiona Reynolds made this inspiring presentation in Cambridge.
- 10YFP Progress update Summer 2016 INTO is a founding member of the Sustainable Tourism Programme
We are pleased to share the Progress Update (Summer 2016), keeping you up to date on the 10YFP Sustainable Tourism Programme’s activities. Please kindly find the attached document and get the latest news and information about upcoming events.
10YFP progress updates summer 2016
10YFP STP is proud to ...
- Ostrich or Phoenix? (Weekly blog, 8 November 2015) A blog by Catherine Leonard, INTO Secretary-General
A very interesting day at the World Travel Market this last week. Not only was walking through the exhibition space like a sumptuous trip around the world in one day, I also attended several very good conference sessions. The first was on Wellness Tourism. Not something I would have ...
Global Code of Ethics for Tourism
A fundamental frame of reference for responsible and sustainable tourism, the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism (GCET) is a comprehensive set of principles designed to guide key-players in tourism development. Addressed to governments, the travel industry, communities and tourists alike, it aims to help maximise the sector’s benefits while minimising its potentially negative impact on the environment, cultural heritage and societies across the globe.
Adopted in 1999 by the General Assembly of the World Tourism Organization, its acknowledgement by the United Nations two years later expressly encouraged UNWTO to promote the effective follow-up of its provisions. Although not legally binding, the Code features a voluntary implementation mechanism through its recognition of the role of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics (WCTE), to which stakeholders may refer matters concerning the application and interpretation of the document.
INTO Director Oliver Maurice attended World Travel Market – 2013 in London from November 4th to 7th.
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To hear the entire session follow this link: WTM 2013