The UN Sustainable Development Goals set a path towards the pursuit of global sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth. Goal 12 focuses on sustainable consumption and production (and specifically calls out a role for Travel & Tourism). Within the Goal, 12.6, aims to “encourage companies, especially large and transnational companies, to adopt sustainable practices and to integrate sustainability information into their reporting cycle”.
WTTC has produced this report on sustainability reporting to help Travel & Tourism companies understand the key concepts behind reporting, to provide an outlook on the regulations and trends that are driving this practice forward and to identify the implications and opportunities for the sector.
There are four main sections to this report. Click on the images below to find out more about each section.
Introduces the concepts of sustainability reporting and the evolution of regulation in this area.
Provides detail on the future trends for sustainability reporting.
Looks at how reporting is being approached among industries within the Travel & Tourism sector.
Supplies a 12-step process on how to begin reporting and presents comprehensive details on 8 key issues.