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  1. 1. 8. Se sim, quais os meios mais apropriados para tanto? Programas ou ações de melhoria da eficiência energética no hotel Programas ou ações de melhoria da eficiência no consumo de água no hotel Práticas de 3Rs (Redução, Reuso, Reciclagem) do Lixo no hotel Uso de energia renovável (solar, eólica, hidráulica,...) para suprir parte ou a totalidade da demanda do hotel Uso de indicadores para monitorar o consumo de energia e/ou água no hotel Capacitação de fornecedores locais Envolvimento dos hóspedes nas práticas de sustentabilidade Envolvimento do hotel em iniciativas da comunidade relacionadas à sustentabilidade do destino turístico Divulgação de informações sobre as práticas de sustentabilidade realizadas ou apoiadas pelo hotel 50.00% 36.70% 63.30% 44.80% 30.00% 13.80% 35.70% 44.80% 42.90% 33.30% 26.70% 23.30% 10.30% 26.70% 31.00% 39.30% 27.60% 35.70% 16.70% 26.70% 13.30% 31.00% 33.30% 31.00% 25.00% 17.20% 17.90% 0.00% 10.00% 0.00% 13.80% 10.00% 24.10% 0.00% 10.30% 3.60% Não aplicável Em estudo Em implementação Implementado Assuring Sustainability in Tourism Projects Sustainable Tourism Project Screening Deirdre Shurland, Coordinator PM4SD European Summary School Naples, Italy July 10th 2013
  2. 2. Network of 77 Partners Worldwide… Composition Honorary 38% Not-for-Profit 35% Government 18% Private Sector 9% Partners by Category
  3. 3. About the Global Partnership • Networking Bringing together tourism stakeholders: public & private sectors, NGOs, UN agencies, donors, etc. • Results-based Project Implementation monitoring and evaluating projects, endorsing the most innovative and transformative for seed funding and donor funding • Knowledge to Solutions training and access to the best available knowledge, solutions MISSION To transform the way tourism is done worldwide, by promoting sustainability through clear policies, successful projects and the sharing of knowledge and experience. Adding Value Through….
  4. 4. 1. Policy Frameworks 2. Stakeholder Management 3. Supply Chain Management 4. Program & Project Portfolios 5. Measuring Outcomes 6. Trans- formative Learning Mainstreaming Sustainable Tourism via 6 Key Steps
  5. 5. 4 • Clarity of Vision • Balanced Approaches 1. Policy Frameworks • Partnership & Planning • Shared risks, rewards 2. Stakeholder Management • Mitigating Risks • Multiplier effect 3. Supply Chain Management 1st 3 steps: People & Organizations Mainstreaming Sustainable Tourism via 6 Key Steps Systematic Planning & Implementation of all 6 key steps
  6. 6. • Coherent Agency Mandates • Relevant to national vision, goal 4. Program & Project Portfolios • Indicators of Success • Progress & Performance 5. Measuring Outcomes • Best practices prevailing • Continuous Improvement 6. Transformative Learning Next 3 Steps: Achieving Success Mainstreaming Sustainable Tourism via 6 Key Steps cont’d Systematic Planning & Implementation of all 6 key steps
  7. 7. Sustainable Tourism Project Screening: • Theme based (7) • Needs clear project vision related to problem statement • Requires monitoring indicators as proof of performance • Technical assistance – proposal formulation, monitoring & evaluation
  8. 8. The United Nations international initiative dedicated to promoting sustainable tourism practices around the world w w w . G l o b a l S u s t a i n a b l e T o u r i s m . c o m Office@GlobalSustainableTourism.com Follow us on Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism Coordinating Office Thank You UNEP

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