This year, COP 25 will be held in Chile and will focus on oceans. 75% of the planet is covered by oceans and 10% of the remaining landmass is covered by glaciers and ice caps. In Monaco, in September 2019, a special report was presented that emphasized the need to act urgently to prioritize opportune, ambitious and coordinated initiatives to bring about lasting changes in oceans and the cryosphere. So how do hospitality and the travel industry figure into this?
The impact of Travel The travel industry has grown intensively over the years with international tourist arrivals in 2018 totaling 1.4 billion (+6%), a figure that it was expected to reach two years later, according to the WTO January 2019 press release. Stable fuel pricing means affordable air...
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