India focuses on promoting green tourism

 Wednesday, November 23, 2022 


Green tourism is more than a catchword, since it makes sure that there are benefits not only in terms of tourism dollars but also in terms of realizing the COP26 targets and goals.

Travelers are now aware of their carbon footprint; hence, the attention on green tourism has the prospective to catalyze local economies and generate scope of work while restricting the environmental effect after the pandemic.

With India assuming the Presidency of the G20 for one year beginning this December, the government looks forward to promote India as a major tourism destination. The Government of India is dedicated to inspire the change towards green tourism, which is a priority segment, with India bringing into line tourism development with the sustainable development goals (SDGs) of 2030.

To put India importantly on the green tourism map, there is a necessity for hands-on association between stakeholders within a policy agenda.

At a working level, few destinations could be selected for green tourism growth, which would comprise creating a set-up that allows visitors and supports the local economy and also preserves the natural environs. These destinations, for example, might remain off limit for vehicles to curb carbon emissions. This will also mean forming region-specific rules that positively influence the local economy and background.

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