The guidelines for the sustainable tourism sector in Monaco are outlined in a new white paper prepared in consultation with the government and tourism experts.
A white paper on responsible tourism in Monaco was officially released on Monday 29th.NS In November, with the attendance of the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Economy, Jean Castellini, Chairman of the Council for Economic, Social and Environmental Affairs, Caroline Rougaignon, Head of Energy Conversion Mission, and Annabel, Head of Energy Transition Mission. Jaeger Saido, Deputy Head of the Environment Department, Patrick Roland, Tourism Partner.
In a statement by the government, after the project was launched in 2020, the white paper will give the tourism sector a clearer understanding of its “responsibility and the need to question specific models” in the light of the health crisis. I said it would be.
Its purpose is to “identify the strengths and obstacles of the tourism sector in preparing for tomorrow’s tourism, and to make the tourism sector more sustainable based on the Sustainable Development Goals and the Energy Transition Goals of the Principality set by the United Nations. To do it. “
This document was edited using research analysis, comparative studies, and discussion workshops. Tourist information center and congress (DTC) and François Turisme Consultants are supported by the Energy Transition mission and the environmental sector.
Prefaced by Prince Albert and Zurab Pororikashvili, the Secretary-General of the World Tourism Organization, this white paper serves as a working foundation to highlight the path to improvement and the actions to be taken, and will be developed “immediately”. Said the government. Part of that responsible tourism strategy.
Many tourists in Monaco are already implementing sustainable solutions such as soft mobility, recycling and combating food waste.
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