Here you can find all the latest publications on Tourism Policy from NECSTouR members, EU Institutions and other tourism stakeholders!

2030 Climate Target Plan

To put the EU firmly on a path towards climate neutrality by 2050, the European Commission will propose an increased greenhouse gas emission reduction target for 2030 from at least 40% to at least 50% to 55% (compared to 1990), including through an amendment to the recently proposed Climate Law.

MITOMED+ Final brochure

The Interreg MED MITOMED+ project released a final project booklet "Towards a more sustainable maritime and coastal tourism" ummarizing MITOMED+ M&C Management Model and main project achievements.

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Statement from Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary-General of UNWTO

As the COVID-19 situation evolves, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) observes that full or partial travel restrictions have been – and continue to be – introduced across the world. These decisions are made with public health as the primary concern.

Read the full statement.

European tourism sector demands urgent supportive measures to reduce devastating impact of COVID-19

The European Tourism Manifesto alliance, the voice of the European travel and tourism sector, has issued the following statement on the implementation of urgent measures to limit the COVID-19 outbreak’s impact on the sector.

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ADARA COVID-19 Resource Center

To help travel brands adapt to this fast-changing environment, ADARA released a special Traveler Trends Tracker on coronavirus which taps into their real-time travel data to track travel-related consumer behavior in these difficult times.

This information will help travel marketers activate the most informed marketing strategies based on the most recent consumer travel activities.

UNWTO: Be ready for Covid-19

Stay safe and travel responsibly by following these simple but effective guidelines from UNWTO.

As the COVID-19 situation evolves, many people around the world continue to travel: for leisure, for business and for vital humanitarian reasons.

Anyone travelling has a duty of care to themselves and to others. There are no excuses and no exceptions!