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TOWARDS A LOW CARBON TRAVEL & TOURISM SECTOR

By World Economic Forum
TOWARDS A LOW CARBON TRAVEL & TOURISM SECTOR
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This report assess the contribution of the T&T sector to the socio-economic development of nations, analyses the carbon emissions baseline (2005) and forecast (2035) for all T&T clusters, and identifies the most promising T&T sector and cross-sector emissions mitigation measures. Furthermore, the report highlights the critical role that can be played by cross-sector innovative partnerships, both within the T&T sector and with other industrial sectors (for example, energy), in accelerating the deployment of emissions abatement measures.
This report assess the contribution of the T&T sector to the socio-economic development of nations, analyses the carbon emissions baseline (2005) and forecast (2035) for all T&T clusters, and identifies the most promising T&T sector and cross-sector emissions mitigation measures. Furthermore, the report highlights the critical role that can be played by cross-sector innovative partnerships, both within the T&T sector and with other industrial sectors (for example, energy), in accelerating the deployment of emissions abatement measures. Reduce

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"Setting appropriate market incentives would be critical to stimulate private capital flow into sustainable projects in the Travel & Tourism project. Incentives could be in the form of public money as seed capital for high investment-high risk projects, or tax breaks on sustainable investments." World Economic Forum