Tourism2030 facilitates networking and exchange between individuals and organisations who are working for the sustainable development of tourism. You may search the Global  map of stakeholders to see who is who in your country or in your topic of interest.
The registered Tourism2030 users are shown on the Tourism2030 Community map. They have access to specific sections and can use the section for networks & projects to manage own multi-stakeholder activities. Or they use the section for certification bodies to publish their certified tourism on the Green Travel Maps.

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Who is making tourism more sustainable? The role of Tourism Stakeholders

Sustainable tourism development is a multi-stakeholder effort. A wide range of organisations are needed to contribute on local, regional, national, sub-global and global levels. Through knowledge sharing and collaboration they can pool knowledge, avoid duplication of effort or re-inventing the wheel, and find innovative solutions to individual and collective challenges, whilst increasing market opportunities or resolving environmental and social problems.

Governmental bodies: Good governance and effective policies

NGOs: In dialogue with businesses and governments

Research & Education: Raising know-how and competences

Destinations: Managing, monitoring and marketing the green tourism offer

Businesses: Competitiveness and innovation for greening the supply chain

Travellers: The power of the individuals

Global map of stakeholders Tourism2030 Community Networks & Projects Certificates' section