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3a. Qualmark

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    • 1. Qualmark® Responsible Tourism Operators
    • 2. How sustainable is Qualmark? Advantages and Disadvantages Industry case studies Exercise / Industry Best Practice Part of the picture
    • 3. What?
      • “ In 2015, tourism is valued as the leading contributor to a sustainable New Zealand economy” New Zealand Tourism Strategy 2015
      • “ Qualmark is a vital partner for aspiring tourism”
    • 4. Why?
      • We have promised our visitors 100% Pure!
      • Visitors are looking for a way to continue to feel good about travelling to NZ when they are being told that long-haul travel is ‘unsustainable’ (and they will start to pay for it through taxes).
    • 5.  
    • 6. The five key action areas for Responsible Tourism
      • Energy Efficiency
      • Waste Management
      • Water Conservation
      • Conservation
      • Community
    • 7. Minimum Requirements
      • Past environmental / community problems
      • Necessary statutory licenses
      • Compliance with regional, district and conservation management plans
      • Recycle
      • Checklist used
      • Environmental claims substantiated
    • 8. Activity
      • Work through the Qualmark ‘Checklist’ and check off what initiatives have been covered.
      • For those initiative that haven’t already been thought about how would you go about implementing them at Maple Lodge?
      • Up next – what is this assessment missing from a whole systems understanding of sustainability?