The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and ANIMONDIAL, animal protection in tourism specialists, are developing a whitepaper that positions travel and tourism as a force for good in bringing greater value to nature and encouraging its better protection. As part of this project, ATTA members are asked to play a key part.
Science shows that climate change and biodiversity loss are intertwined, driven by the same human activities, and can only be tackled together. There is no clear path to deliver climate mitigation without investing in nature. The whitepaper will explain the importance of nature in ensuring our security and prosperity. It will demonstrate the impacts of mismanagement, provide examples of best practices, and champion the opportunities available to travel and tourism to halt biodiversity loss and restore nature. The paper will be released as governments consider global biodiversity targets at COP15 in April, which will naturally complement WTTC’s Net Zero Roadmap and guide the sector towards a nature-positive future.
Please join us in our goal to make this whitepaper as relevant, informative, and supportive as possible, by sharing your views on the importance of animal and nature protection to your business.
Please complete the ‘Nature Positive’ questionnaire by Friday, 11th February 2022
Thank you! Your input will make a valuable contribution to our goal for a nature-positive future for travel and tourism.