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Resources

Country Roadmaps

 

 Low Carbon and Resource Efficient Action Plan for Accommodation in Saint Lucia

 Action Plan for Low Carbon and Resource Efficient Accommodation in Mauritius 

 Roadmap for Low Carbon and Resource Efficient Tourism in the Philippines

 

 Roadmap for Low Carbon and Resource Efficient Accommodation in the Dominican Republic

   Download the English version  Download the Spanish version

Change the Flow of Food - Become part of the solution 

Discover the toolkit proprosed by Hotel Kitchen

Philippines: Minimizing food waste | Global Ideas

Video from the Deutsche Welle

Philippines: Minimizing food waste | Global Ideas

Newsletter

Recommendations to the Saint Lucian Hospitality Sector for alternatives to Single Use Plastic


Country Reports

 

Read the country report of the Domincan Republic      Read the country report of the Philippines                   

         

Read the country report of Mauritius Read the country report of Saint Lucia

Online training

STP Training webinar 1: How to map tourism value chains & identify key actions

Objectives of the training are to: 

  • Understand value chains and hotspots analysis concepts
  • Learn how to map tourism value chains to identify and respond to environmental impact
  • Become able to identify actions to address key environmental concerns, protect tourism assets and improve the resilience of the tourism sector
  • Learn how to build a business case and workplan to address priority hotspots
  • Explore policy frameworks to support tourism value chain actions

To learn more about the training, visit this page.

How to map tourism value chains & identify key actions – 17th April 10 00 11 30 CEST

Case studies on sustainable procurement

Following up the interactive workshop “Leveraging sustainable procurement practices to transform tourism value chains” which took place in October 2018, UN Environment has documented successful sustainable procurement practices in a series of 16 case studies. They illustrate how corporate buyers have effectively embedded sustainability in their procurement processes to improve resource efficiency and reduce GHG emissions.
 

Project Factsheet

 

 
 

Coming soon

  • Resource Efficiency guidelines and case studies
  • Greenhouse gas Emissions guidelines and case studies
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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