The Global Tourism Plastics Initiative Welcomes New Signatories for the occasion of the UN Ocean Conference.
The Global Tourism Plastics Initiative has welcomed a further 7 signatories, taking the total number to 121.
The Global Tourism Plastics Initiative is happy and honored to announce that 7 new organizations joined the Initiative by taking ambitious, actionable and measurable commitments on reduction of plastic pollution and implementation of circular solutions.
3 accommodation providers (El Domo, Hostal Rhodas, Dreamtime), 2 tour operators (Exodus Travels, Ecotravellers Finland) and 2 supporting organizations (IbizaPreservation, Braztoa) are ready to deploy their efforts to implement their commitments to tackle plastic pollution and transform the tourism sector.
You can consult below the commitments taken by the new signatories as well as geographical scope of their operations:
- El Domo, India
- Exodus Travels, United Kingdom
- Suomen Ekomatkaajat Oy (Ecotravellers Finland), Finland
- IbizaPreservation, Spain
- Hostal Rhodas, Mexico
- Dreamtime, Australia
- Braztoa (Brazilian Tour Operators Association), Brazil
The new signatories have been announced on the 29th of June 2022 for the occasion of the UN Ocean Conference side event Tourism Ocean Action - Towards a Circular and Regenerative Blue Economy. You can consult more information about the side event here.
What is GTPI?
The Global Tourism Plastics Initiative unites the tourism sector behind a common vision to address the root causes of plastic pollution. It enables businesses, governments, and other tourism stakeholders to take concerted action, leading by example in the shift towards circularity in the use of plastics.
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