Baseline Report on Climate Action in Tourism
The Baseline Report on Climate Action in Tourism presents the results of the Global Survey on Climate Action in Tourism conducted in 2021 with the objective to better understand the ongoing climate action efforts of the tourism sector. More than 1000 stakeholders including businesses, destinations and organizations participated in the landmark survey providing insights on ongoing mitigation and adaptation efforts, the challenges related to measurement and planning, etc.
The results of the global survey provide the basis for this Baseline Report on Climate Action in Tourism, from which the tourism sector can chart a course forward and point clearly to the need for the rapid development of tools and education to support stakeholders
This report was led by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) and is released in collaboration with UN Climate Change (UNFCCC). A team of researchers from California State University, Monterey Bay, San Francisco State University, and Texas A&M University designed the survey and provided results and analysis along with Tourism Declares a Climate Emergency. The survey was implemented within the framework of the Sustainable Tourism Programme of the One Planet Network and in collaboration with UNFCCC