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FGC TURISME POLICY

  • Published on November 2, 2022

It is FGC Turisme’s desire to achieve a firm commitment with respect to preserving biodiversity, respecting nature, and providing customer service and the safety for people in those locations, which due to their situation within the territory, require particular sensitivity in managing and developing their activities. This commitment is articulated through a unique and transversal Policy.

We declare our common commitment to unite all agents to transform Tourism and make it contribute effectively to climate action. We support the commitment to achieve climate neutrality by 2030. We will systematically align our actions with the latest scientific recommendations, to ensure our approach is consistent with the goal of keeping temperatures no more than 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels by 2100.

Within this framework, FGC Turisme develops actions for all its Tourist Centres to minimise these impacts, through implementing verified and certified management and environmental quality systems that analyse the environmental objectives of the European Union regulations, which develop the financial taxonomy. EU Regulation 2020/852 of 18 June, which establishes the framework to facilitate sustainable investments and delegated regulations EU 2021/2139 and EU 2021/2178:

1. The substantial contribution to the mitigation of climate change.

2. The substantial cwontribution to adaptation to the climate change.

3. Sustainable use of water and marine resources.

4. Transition towards a circular economy.

5. Prevention and control of contamination

6. Protection and recovery of biodiversity and ecosystems.

This commitment and management strategy derives from the aforementioned FGC Turisme Policy, which outlines a whole series of strategic, operational and support processes that cover the performance and proper functioning of the Environmental Management Systems implemented and certified at FGC Turisme with the ISO 14001 Standard, which are poured into internal procedures and good practices in order to preserve the natural environment, very much aimed at strengthening the pedagogical side and the ability to influence our customers, visitors and interest groups in general.

In addition, this FGC Turisme Climate Action Plan develops FGC’s corporate strategy that was defined in the 10/30 Strategic Agenda and which already identified climate change and the preservation of natural capital as one of the main challenges facing 2030, and the principle of sustainability as one of the company’s four strategic axes.

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