Tomorrow, 4th November has been set aside for a decisive action on the part of tourism to take a cogent and affirmative steps at climate issues from tourism perspective at the level of UNWTO.
The time is 10:00-11:45 am, UK, at the COP26 Blue Zone – Climate Action room 1,Glasgow Uk. And the deliberation is “The first cross-sector commitment to stepping up tourism’s climate action ambitions”
“The World Tourism Organization of the United Nations (UNWTO) is the voice of tourism at COP26. The Glasgow Declaration comes as tourism’s relevance and importance is greater than ever, with the United Nations system, the G20 and governments recognizing the sector as an indispensable ally of inclusive growth and sustainable development.
This forms part of the resolution today where more than 350 signatories have already committed to taking strong actions to support the global commitment to halve emissions by 2030 and reach Net Zero as soon as possible before 2050.
The Glasgow Declaration launch event will feature a panel discussion by UNWTO experts, alongside Tourism Ministers, private sector leaders and representatives of the European Commission and UNFCCC.