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Tourism For Tomorrow Awards


Tourism For Tomorrow Awards

The 2015 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards programme launched yesterday a call for applications from all travel and tourism companies who are setting the sustainability benchmark in their field.

Announcing the launch, David Scowsill, CEO and President of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), said the industry needs to put sustainability at the forefront of everything it does, and businesses need to lead by example. He asked sustainable tourism businesses to play their part in ensuring that the industry’s ethics are raised to the highest order.

TTC has been committed to promoting sustainability in the Travel & Tourism industry ever since WTTC  was established over 20 years ago.

The WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Awards are aimed at recognising best practice in sustainable tourism within the industry globally, based upon the principles of environmentally friendly operations; support for the protection of cultural and natural heritage; and direct benefits to the social and economic well-being of local people in travel destinations around the world.

These annual awards are among the highest accolades in the industry and represent the gold standard in sustainable tourism.

Candidates can apply in one of six categories: Community Award, Destination Award, Environment Award, Innovation Award, People Award and Sustainable Business Award.

WTTC joins forces with our sponsors, media partners and contributors to invite destinations, businesses and projects to apply. Each year this yields hundreds of unique entries.

Applicants go through a rigorous three-step judging process, which includes on-site evaluations. An international team of some 20 acclaimed sustainable tourism judges decide on the winners after choosing three finalists in each category.

Tourism for Tomorrow Awards finalists are hosted at WTTC’s Global Summit when the winners are announced at a prestigious gala ceremony.


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