Tourism, perhaps more than any other industry, depends largely on the environment for its continued well-being. This publication examines the role of ecolabels within the context of voluntary self-regulation in this industry. Intended to improve understanding of the principles on which tourism ecolabels depend, it analyses the important issues involved and, with many examples from existing schemes, offers practical help in the design a operation of new schemes intended to steer tourism closer to sustainability.Cleaning agents must be used in dosages that according to existing documentation have a minimum negative impact on the ... If yes: The name of the cleaning company: A product list from the cleaning company should in that case be appended to this form when sent ... level, a pre-printed application form is used, which makes the evaluation easier and provides comparable information on all applicants.
|Title||:||Ecolabels in the Tourism Industry|
|Publisher||:||UNEP/Earthprint - 1998-01-01|