04 Feb '12, 2pm

Royal Caribbean, Sabre & More Pledge to Promote Green Tourism

Royal Caribbean, Sabre & More Pledge to Promote Green Tourism

, are among the travel industry heavyweights that are lining up behind standards set by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council . The council recently commended the companies for being among "the first group of global travel and tourism corporations to publicly commit to promoting sustainable tourism products and services recognized by the GSTC." The firms include Amadeus, Melia and TUI Travel. According to the council, each firm has "committed to using the GSTC Criteria ... as the reference for sustainable travel." The council's mission is to foster sustainable tourism and travel practices, and the organization considers its criteria as "the worldwide minimum requirements for tourism businesses of all size to approach sustainability." To advance its mission, the council recognizes companies, organizations, cities and other travel destinations that adopt and apply the crite...

Full article: http://www.greenbiz.com/news/2012/02/04/royal-caribbean-s...

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