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COVID 19 and Green Economic Recovery: What Roles for Sustainable Tourism? UN Secretary General Policy Brief: COVID-19 and Transforming Tourism UNWTO Tourism Recovery Technical Assistance Package Recommendations for the Transition to a Green Travel and Tourism Economy UNWTO World Tourism Barometer May 2021 17:10 Presentation by Ms. (...) Peter Haxton, Policy Analyst, Regional Development and Tourism Division, OECD - Report of the OECD Tourism Committee on sustainable recovery and work on the green recovery/transition of tourism. Rethinking tourism success to promote more sustainable and inclusive tourism development.
Language:English
Score: 619612.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...envir_e/webinar_22june21_e.htm
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World Tourism Day | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська World Tourism Day 27 September Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Background UN Observances Tourism is one of the world’s most important economic sectors. (...) The theme “Rethinking Tourism” will reflect this. It aims to inspire the debate around rethinking tourism for development, including through education and jobs, and tourism’s impact on the planet and opportunities to grow more sustainably. (...) Supporting jobs and economies through travel and tourism COVID-19 Tourism recovery technical assistance package World Tourism Organization The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is a leading UN international agency in the field of tourism.
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Score: 619444.53 - https://www.un.org/en/node/89476
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World Tourism Day | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська World Tourism Day 27 September Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Background UN Observances Tourism is one of the world’s most important economic sectors. (...) The theme “Rethinking Tourism” will reflect this. It aims to inspire the debate around rethinking tourism for development, including through education and jobs, and tourism’s impact on the planet and opportunities to grow more sustainably. (...) Supporting jobs and economies through travel and tourism COVID-19 Tourism recovery technical assistance package World Tourism Organization The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is a leading UN international agency in the field of tourism.
Language:English
Score: 619444.53 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/tourism-day
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Building back better in response to COVID-19 Home Our Work Small Island Developing States SIDS Global Business Network (GBN) Thematic Areas SIDS GBN - Thematic Areas - Sustainable Tourism SIDS GBN - Thematic Areas - Sustainable Tourism The Sustainable Tourism sector remains a key driver of economic activity in SIDS and partnerships at the national, regional and international levels – including PPPs - play a crucial role in achieving sustainable tourism and ensuring socio-economic activities that supports livelihoods in SIDS. (...) Partners South Pacific Tourism Organisation Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA A) Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism The Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism is an organizational network of tourism stakeholders of the public and private sectors, non-profits, UN agencies and programmes, international organizations and academic institutions. (...) Unfortunately, the visibility of the existing SIDS destinations in the tourism sector is still relatively poor Creating an improved ability to target a growing high value tourism market, whilst increasing marketing visibility of SIDS destinations in global tourism sector  Supporting the development of strategic economic development consistent with sustainable tourism development and of unique island brands for sustainable tourism destinations.
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Score: 619070.5 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/node/2106
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Partners South Pacific Tourism Organisation Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA A) Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism The Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism is an organizational network of tourism stakeholders of the public and private sectors, non-profits, UN agencies and programmes, international organizations and academic institutions. Partner organizations share the common vision and understanding of the goal of "sustainable tourism" and collaborate internationally, regionally or nationally to transform tourism globally. (...) Unfortunately, the visibility of the existing SIDS destinations in the tourism sector is still relatively poor Creating an improved ability to target a growing high value tourism market, whilst increasing marketing visibility of SIDS destinations in global tourism sector  Supporting the development of strategic economic development consistent with sustainable tourism development and of unique island brands for sustainable tourism destinations.
Language:English
Score: 619070.5 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/fr/node/2136
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Building back better in response to COVID-19 Home Our Work Small Island Developing States SIDS Global Business Network (GBN) Thematic Areas SIDS GBN - Thematic Areas - Sustainable Tourism SIDS GBN - Thematic Areas - Sustainable Tourism The Sustainable Tourism sector remains a key driver of economic activity in SIDS and partnerships at the national, regional and international levels – including PPPs - play a crucial role in achieving sustainable tourism and ensuring socio-economic activities that supports livelihoods in SIDS. (...) Partners South Pacific Tourism Organisation Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA A) Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism The Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism is an organizational network of tourism stakeholders of the public and private sectors, non-profits, UN agencies and programmes, international organizations and academic institutions. (...) Unfortunately, the visibility of the existing SIDS destinations in the tourism sector is still relatively poor Creating an improved ability to target a growing high value tourism market, whilst increasing marketing visibility of SIDS destinations in global tourism sector  Supporting the development of strategic economic development consistent with sustainable tourism development and of unique island brands for sustainable tourism destinations.
Language:English
Score: 619070.5 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/sids...atic-areas-sustainable-tourism
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Partners South Pacific Tourism Organisation Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA A) Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism The Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism is an organizational network of tourism stakeholders of the public and private sectors, non-profits, UN agencies and programmes, international organizations and academic institutions. Partner organizations share the common vision and understanding of the goal of "sustainable tourism" and collaborate internationally, regionally or nationally to transform tourism globally. (...) Unfortunately, the visibility of the existing SIDS destinations in the tourism sector is still relatively poor Creating an improved ability to target a growing high value tourism market, whilst increasing marketing visibility of SIDS destinations in global tourism sector  Supporting the development of strategic economic development consistent with sustainable tourism development and of unique island brands for sustainable tourism destinations.
Language:English
Score: 619070.5 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/fr/c...C3%A9matiques-tourisme-durable
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Tourism Brochure_revised.indd 11111 The Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar and UNICEF undertook an assessment on the impact of tourism on children and communities, in order to provide recommendations on how tourism stakeholders could join forces to use opportunities and avoid or resolve risks, especially with regard to children. (...) During these years of tourism development, local communities expected to benefi t from tourism, but remained reluctant to participate. (...) Tourism planning was also unstructured, which has exacerbated these tensions.
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Score: 618814.45 - https://www.unicef.org/tanzani...ommunities%20in%20Zanzibar.pdf
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SECTOR_FactSheet_Layout_E_02_01.indd S E C T O R A L P O L I C I E S D E P A R T M E N T Tourism at a glance TOURISM - AN IMPORTANT DRIVING FORCE FOR INCLUSIVE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION, ENTERPRISE AND JOB CREATION ■ Tourism is one of the most dynamic and fastest growing economic sectors globally. (...) Source: WTTC. 2017. Travel and tourism, economic impact 2017. Regional reports for Africa, America, Europe Asia-Pacific and the Middle East (London, 2017) ■ Tourism is the world’s third largest export category after chemicals and fuels: international tourism (inbound and outbound tourism) represents 30% of the world’s services exports and accounts for 7% of overall exports in goods and services. (...) Tourism Highlights 2016 Edition (Madrid). 3 UNWTO. 2017.
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Score: 618814 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_544196.pdf
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SECTOR_FactSheet_Layout_E_02_01.indd S E C T O R A L P O L I C I E S D E P A R T M E N T Tourism at a glance TOURISM - AN IMPORTANT DRIVING FORCE FOR INCLUSIVE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION, ENTERPRISE AND JOB CREATION ■ Tourism is one of the most dynamic and fastest growing economic sectors globally. (...) Source: WTTC. 2017. Travel and tourism, economic impact 2017. Regional reports for Africa, America, Europe Asia-Pacific and the Middle East (London, 2017) ■ Tourism is the world’s third largest export category after chemicals and fuels: international tourism (inbound and outbound tourism) represents 30% of the world’s services exports and accounts for 7% of overall exports in goods and services. (...) Tourism Highlights 2016 Edition (Madrid). 3 UNWTO. 2017.
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Score: 618814 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_544196.pdf
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