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Best Environmental Management Practice in the Tourism Sector



This document is intended to support environmental improvement efforts of all actors in the tourism sector. It can be used by all organisations and stakeholders of the sector who seek for reliable and proven information to improve their environmental performance. In case they have an environmental management system, such as EMAS, they can also use the document to develop it further, especially with respect to continuous environmental improvement measures and targets.







Issuer (type)

European Commission (Regional)

Instrument type


Disclosure instrument


Geographical scope


Mandatory or voluntary


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    • E focus: carbon intensity, climate change, conservation, deforestation, degradation, ecodesign, effluent treatment, emissions, energy, energy use, environment, environmental certification, environmental management, environmental policy, fisheries, fleet emissions, forests, fresh water, ghg emissions, ghg reduction, green building, green procurement, greenhouse gas, hazardous products, hazardous substance, hazardous substances, hazardous waste, land use, oceans, organic product, organic products, pollution, recycled material, recycled materials, recycling, renewable energy, renewables, resource efficiency, resource use, restoration, soil, solid waste, sustainable agriculture, sustainable food, sustainable products, sustainable services, waste, water, water management, water quality, water reuse, water scarcity, water use, wetlands, biodiversity
    • S focus: community development, compensation, diversity, employee training, fair trade, human capital, human rights, recruitment, children
    • G focus: animal welfare, audit, lobbying, responsible products, risk management, accountability
    • Accommodation, Administrative services, Construction, Finance, Management, Manufacturing, Mining, Retail trade, Transportation