The World Travel & Tourism Council has announced the winners of the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards 2016. The awards, which were presented at a special ceremony during the 16th WTTC Global Summit in Dallas, Texas, USA showcase business leadership in sustainable tourism, celebrating ground breaking and inspiring initiatives across five categories.
AIG Travel will serve as the Official Headline Sponsor of the 2016 World Travel & Tourism Council Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. AIG Travel will sponsor the entire WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Awards journey; from the call for entries, and independent judges’ selection of the Finalists in January 2016, through to the announcement of the winners at the 2016 WTTC Global Summit in Dallas, April 6th–7th, 2016.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has called upon global tourism businesses to showcase their sustainability best practices in order to educate governments and tourism organisations alike. The news comes as WTTC reveals the opening of the Call for Entries for its Tourism for Tomorrow Awards 2016. WTTC president David Scowsill said: “WTTC works to promote the sustainable growth of the industry.”
The world’s best examples of sustainable tourism businesses and destinations have been recognised at the annual World Travel & Tourism Council Tourism for Tomorrow Awards Ceremony in Madrid, Spain. The Awards, which are held as part of the WTTC 15th Global Summit showcase and celebrate sustainable tourism businesses and destinations around the world.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has revealed the 15 finalists for its 2015 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. With categories covering destination stewardship, community benefit, environmental management, workforce development and innovation, and a rigorous judging process, these awards provide the highest accolade for sustainability in the global tourism industry.
The tourism industry needs to put sustainability at the forefront of everything it does and businesses need to lead by example. That is the message from World Travel & Tourism Council president David Scowsill, who is asking leading sustainable tourism businesses to play their part in ensuring that the industry’s ethics are raised to the highest order.
Breaking Travel News brings you all the latest in this video report from the closing ceremont of the 14th annual Global Summit of the World Travel & Tourism Council in Hainan, China.
The world’s leading sustainable tourism awards, the World Travel & Tourism Council’s Tourism for Tomorrow Awards, have been updated and revised, with two new categories added in time for the call for entries, now open for 2014. In their tenth year under WTTC stewardship, the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards, have been changed to reflect the broadening scope of WTTC’s sustainability agenda.
Tourism for Tomorrow has to balance the needs of ‘people, planet and profits’ and consider the consumption of resources and possible impacts on society and the wider world. That will be the strong message from world-renowned environmental speakers to more than eight hundred senior private and public executives from the tourism industry at the World Travel & Tourism Council Global Summit in Abu Dhabi.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has unveiled the twelve finalists for its 2013 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. The Awards are one of the highest accolades in the global tourism industry, recognising sustainable tourism best practices in businesses and destinations worldwide.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has announced the judges for its prestigious 2013 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. These 12 independent experts on sustainable tourism will select three finalists for each of the four Award categories: Destination Stewardship Award, Community Benefit Award, Conservation Award and the Global Tourism Business Award.
The World Travel & Tourism Council is inviting tourism businesses, organisations, and destinations worldwide to apply for its prestigious Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. Each year, the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards recognise global leadership in sustainable tourism best practices.