Monaco Launches ‘Phase 1′ Of Responsible Tourism Strategy

Monaco is known for being an eco-friendly luxury destination as luxury and sustainability have a lot in common. Forward-thinking, the Principality is committed to protecting the environment and continuously works to engage all of its partners in promoting responsible tourism.

While Monaco continues to fascinate and entertain at the same time, it also strives to become a benchmark in sustainable tourism. Committed to the fight against climate change, Monaco is implementing numerous environment friendly actions. There are many initiatives under way to encourage more sustainable development like the commitment to cutting its carbon emissions by half before 2030 and becoming carbon neutral by 2050. The Principality is also involved in GDS (Global Destination Sustainability) Index.

In the long term, Monaco aims is to become amongst the best destinations for sustainable tourism. Monaco is currently working on a huge project: a white paper on sustainable tourism, which is intended for use in setting a long-term strategy reflecting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

The white paper will enable help Monaco to define and structure a clear Responsible Tourism strategy. The first phase of this project has just been launched which entails setting up an online questionnaire to gauge the views of everyone concerned.

Certified hotels and signatories to the Energy Transition Pact are working to tackle food waste in restaurants, find soft mobility solutions and showcase the green heritage and credentials.

An environment-friendly approach is implemented both inside and out in all the establishments of Monaco.

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