Sat, 29 October 2016

Croatia Joins UNWTO Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories

The Croatian Sustainable Tourism Observatory (CROSTO) has become a member of the UNWTO International Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories (INSTO).

The Observatory, hosted by the Institute for Tourism in Zagreb, is responsible for monitoring sustainable tourism in the Adriatic Croatia.

Sustainable tourism development requires adequate measurement and evidence-based decision-making, said UNWTO Secretary-General Taleb Rifai. We are very pleased to welcome the Croatian Sustainable Tourism Observatory to the UNWTO INSTO Network. We trust it can make a key contribution to support the vision set by Croatia for the future of its tourism sector; a sector that contributes to the three pillars of sustainability: economic, social and environmental.

Croatias commitment to sustainability has been emphasized in its Tourism Development Strategy 2020. The initiative aims at fostering innovation in the framework of sustainable tourism. The efforts of the country in that regard have been recognized by the European Commission through the ETIS Award to the City of Mali Loinj. The breadth and depth of insights gathered on sustainable tourism practices on the island have been particularly praised in that recognition. 

See also: Sustainable Hotels and MICE - HD Video Interview with Grace Kang of Greenview Hospitality.

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