Tourism sector should anticipate climate change before it’s late

Published on : Tuesday, December 1, 2015

cop21cmp11_logo_hp_159x216The tourism sector must anticipate the changes in climate before it is too late; these thoughts were echoed in the UN conference on climate change.

 

 

The world leaders are hopeful about a significant progress in the horizon and pledges were made on how to do the correct business and how consumers should travel in a responsible way.

 

 

Tourism has struggled to come to terms with climate change. Companies since 2000 have committed themselves in finding the correct resources to a cleaner and healthier way of functioning.

 

 

 

Boeing has now formed green technology research for its aircraft; Hilton is significantly decreasing its power consumption and is moving towards greener hotels in the future.

 

 

 

But as the tourism pressure rises, which is predicted to touch one billion by the end of 2015 and 1.5 billion by 2030, it will be challenging for the aircraft and hotel industry to cope up with the higher demands and finding smarter and greener solutions to the increasing pressure of tourism.

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