Tourism is an important force in meeting the challenges of climate change

[Mide Point Network] On December 16, the United Nations World Tourism Organization and the World Travel Tourism Council issued a joint statement stating that tourism, as the largest industry to promote global economic growth, is maintaining the world and...

[Mide Point Network] On December 16, the United Nations World Tourism Organization and the World Travel Tourism Council issued a joint statement stating that tourism, as the largest industry to promote global economic growth, plays an important role in maintaining world peace and prosperity. It will become an important force in the global response to the challenges of climate change.

The statement said that as the two largest institutions in the global tourism and travel industry, the World Tourism Organization and the World Travel and Tourism Council will take joint action to voice a consistent voice on behalf of the industry on key climate change issues. To this end, the two institutions held a theme on the theme of “Responding to Climate Challenges – Travel and Tourism Industry Thinking” during the World Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen on December 18 to further promote effective measures for energy conservation and emission reduction in the travel and tourism industries.

Li Pengman, assistant secretary-general of the United Nations World Tourism Organization, said that the carbon reduction targets and measures to be proposed by the Climate Change Conference will be a new reference for guiding the tourism industry. The purpose of this event is to adapt the tourism industry to new changes and to show the world that the tourism industry has not stopped verbally and has specific actions.

Taleb Rifa, secretary general of the World Tourism Organization, said tourism is a driving force for economic growth. Tourism revenue in 2009 is expected to account for 9.3% of global GDP. Currently, there are 210 million people employed in the world, accounting for 7.4% of global employment. At the World Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, the global tourism community issued a concerted voice in addressing the challenges of climate change, further demonstrating the strong cooperation foundation of the tourism industry and believing that tourism will play a leading role in the transformation of the green economy. (China Tourism News)

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