We declare a climate emergency.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) had advised everyone to work on reducing carbon emissions. They plan to cut down the global carbon emissions to below 55% 2017 levels by 2030. So, tourism agencies and operators have come together to join hands in reducing carbon, selling carbon-free tours and activities.
As a result, we have also agreed with the project and are working on reducing carbon emissions. Likewise, the declaration launched at www.tourismdeclares.com helps signatories to commit to the reduction of carbon emissions according to the instructions of IPCC.
Like all the signatories there, we have also committed to the following five actions:
- Develop a plan for climate emergencies within the next 12 months. The declaration will describe how we are helping the world to reduce carbon submission.
- Sharing an initial public declaration of our “Climate Emergency Plan”. Also, sharing of future updates.
- Help reduce carbon emissions. Also, accept the IPCC’s advice to bring down carbon emissions to 55% below by 2030, which will help bring earth within 1.5 degrees of warming. We will also make sure we design our trips and activities in a way to reduce carbon emissions. We also ensure our climate emergency plan represents actions designed to achieve this as a minimum through encouraging our customers to take part in a carbon reduction campaign. Likewise, we will make also work on bringing down carbon emissions by our customers and the services sold by us.
- Encourage everyone to take part in the campaign and help reduce carbon to make the world a better place to live. Share the best practices among peers and actively take part in the community to bring down carbon emissions.
- Encourage change in the industry and also recognize the need for carbon-free tourism.
Also, read our Sustainable and Responsible Tourism Statement