Handbook on Encouraging Sustainable Tourism Practices
The European Travel Commission (ETC), which represents 22 national tourism organisations in Europe, has published a handbook on encouraging sustainable tourism practices, which is intended as a guide for national and local tourism organisations to encourage tourism stakeholders to incorporate sustainability into their day-to-day operations.
According to the report, digital identity solutions could ease pressure on the Travel and Tourism industry’s infrastructure as demand recovers from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, with significant overall benefits that include promoting a more secure journey to (…)
With a focus on the adoption of practices that reduce the negative impacts of tourism, the handbook presents successful cases in the incorporation of sustainability practices in its economic, social and environmental dimensions, intending to support European destinations in their efforts to build a more environmentally friendly sector that benefits the economy and local communities.
According to EY, digital is forcing organizations to rethink traditional business models and adopt an agile approach to their talent strategies. A wave of technology is helping to reinvent the workplace and enable performance above and beyond previous capabilities.
The 15th edition of the Deloitte Hotel Atlas, a report that analyses the supply of accommodation in Portugal in 2019 and its distribution in the territory, describes the positive evolution of the country in terms of hotel supply and demand, in a year described by investors as peak investment.
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) shares best practices and recommendations for adopting innovative digital technologies to enable seamless travel and stays.
Horwath HTL has published a market report on the Portuguese hotel industry, in which it anticipates, despite the downturn in tourism activity, a firm expectation of recovery as a result of Portugal’s international image as a sustainable and safe tourist destination.