NECSTouR and SPEL-Turismo Lanzarote are committed to accelerate the transition to a more sustainable tourism governance, in line with both the European Tourism Agenda 2030 and the Glasgow targets.
This 3-days gathering aims to empower destination leaders with the knowledge and practical tools to build the networks necessary for tackling 3 major common challenges: reducing seasonality, measuring tourism carbon footprint and fostering tourism’s climate action. Thanks to the collaboration with recognised experts, Xavier Font and Anna Torres Delgado (University of Surrey), NECSTouR DMOs will consolidate learnings on how to tackle seasonality through sustainable tourism experiences and how to manage sustainability data for making better evidence-informed policy and marketing decisions.
This will also be the core of the NECSTouR-Tourism of Tomorrow Lab activity. With the support of the Travel Foundation Partners, network’s members led by its Board of Directors will pursue the delivery of the NECSTouR climate action plan, triggering inspiration and replication by DMOs.
The Lanzarote session’s legacy will be embedded in the NECSTouR capacity building programme 2023, collectively co-implemented by the network’s Regions: the Tourism of Tomorrow Lab, the Climate Action Plan, and Regenerative Tourism.
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