Certificate GreenStep Sustainable Tourism

GreenStep Sustainable Tourism provides assessments, programs & certifications to tourism destinations and businesses to measure and improve their sustainability performance.

Every one of our Sustainable Tourism Certified members are individually assessed by our sustainability expert. This thorough assessment process provides personalized insight about how to reduce your impact, how to best manage future projects, as well providing you an action plan to guide your sustainability journey. The Sustainable Tourism Certification shows customers, employees, and fellow business owners and destinations that you are doing good things for the world, with the credibility to prove it.
Certifying Organisation GreenStep Solutions Inc.
Partner Organisation/s
  • Tourism Industry Association of Canada
  • Tourism Industry Association of Ontario
  • Tourism Industry Association of British Columbia
  • Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association
  • British Columbia Hotel Association
  • British Columbia Restaurant & Food Services Association
  • Transformational Travel Council
License Period (years)  2 Years
Certified Tourism (nr) 77


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Organisation GreenStep Solutions Inc.
Postal Address 200-346 Lawrence Avenue, Kelowna, BC V1Y 6L4, Canada
Phone Number +1 800-469-7830
Webpage https://greensteptourism.com/ - open in new window
Released 02/09/2021
Country Global
Certified categories
  • Tour operators, Travel agents, Intermediaries Tour operators, Travel agents, Intermediaries
  • Travel Packages Travel Packages
  • Transport & Mobility Services Transport & Mobility Services
  • Accommodation Providers Accommodation Providers
  • Camping Camping
  • Restaurants & Catering Services Restaurants & Catering Services
  • Attractions Attractions
  • Activities Activities
  • Shopping Shopping
  • Destinations Destinations
Operational level Global
Sustainability GSTC recognised
Credibility Desk, random or 2nd party audit
  • Standard published online for free
  • More services