Presented the “Glasgow Declaration on Climate Work and Tourism” at the UNWTO COP26.

Some of the biggest tourism companies have turned to the government and pledged to reduce air pollution by 2030 and reach zero-free by 2050.

The Glasgow Declaration recognizes the urgent need for a global plan for climate and tourism programs.

The customer promises to inspect, decarbonize, recover and unlock the money.

In addition, whoever signs the contract agrees to provide an outstanding weather program plan, or an updated plan, within 12 months of signing up.

Speaking at COP26, UNWTO Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili said: “While many private companies are leading the way in promoting climate change, there is a need to increase the number of companies desired. To ensure effective weather practices”.

“The Glasgow Declaration is a tool to help close the gap between favorable and favorable weather practices.”

Already more than 300 tour operators have signed the declaration, including heads of travel bureaus, national tourism, and others related to large and small.

The Glasgow Statement was developed with the support of UNWTO, United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), to Scotland, the Foundation for Travel and Tourism weather forecasting, as part of the One Planet tourism program.