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WSSD Tourism

WSSD Tourism

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Published by: Professor Sameer Kulkarni on Sep 13, 2010
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Tourism
Developed through a multi-stakeholder processfacilitated by:
AccountingAdvertisingAluminiumAutomotiveAviationChemicalsCoalConstructionConsulting EngineeringElectricityFertilizerFinance and InsuranceFood and DrinkInformation andCommunications TechnologyIron and SteelOil andGasRailwaysRefrigerationRoad TransportTourismWaste ManagementWater Management
Industry as a partner for sustainable development
World Travel &Tourism Council (WTTC)International Federation ofTour Operators (IFTO)International Hotel &Restaurant Association (IH&RA)International Council of Cruise Lines (ICCL)
 
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This report is released by the World Travel & Tourism Council,International Hotel & RestaurantAssociation,International Federation of Tour Operators,International Council of Cruise Lines andthe United Nations Environment Programme.Unless otherwise stated,all the interpretation andfindings set forth in this publication are those of the World Travel & Tourism Council,InternationalHotel & Restaurant Association,International Federation of Tour Operators,and InternationalCouncil of Cruise Lines.The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply theexpression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the World Travel & Tourism Council,International Hotel & Restaurant Association,International Federation of Tour Operators,International Council of Cruise Lines or the United Nations Environment Programme concerningthe legal status of any country,territory,city,or area or of its authorities,or concerning delimitationof its frontiers or boundaries.The contents of this volume do not necessarily reflect the views orpolicies of the United Nations Environment Programme,nor does citing of trade names orcommercial processes constitute endorsement.This publication may be reproduced in whole or in part and in any form for educational or non-profit purposes without special permission from the copyright holders,provided acknowledgementof the service is made.The World Travel & Tourism Council,International Hotel & RestaurantAssociation,International Federation of Tour Operators,International Council of Cruise Lines andthe United Nations Environment Programme would appreciate receiving a copy of any publicationthat uses this report as a source.First published in the United Kingdom in 2002.Copyright © 2002World Travel & Tourism Council,International Hotel & Restaurant Association,International Federation of Tour Operators,International Council of Cruise Linesand United Nations Environment ProgrammeISBN:92-807-2193-1
 
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World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC)1-2 Queen Victoria TerraceSovereign CourtLondon E1W 3HAUnited KingdomTel:+44 870 727 9882,+44 207 481 8007Fax:+44 870 728 9882,+44 207 488 1008E-mail:enquiries@wttc.orgWeb site:http://www.wttc.orgInternational Federation of Tour Operators(IFTO)170 High Street,LewesEast Sussex BN7 1YEUnited KingdomTel:+44 127 347 7722Fax:+44 127 348 3747E-mail:fto@ifto.demon.co.ukInternational Hotel & Restaurant Association(IH&RA)251,rue du Faubourg St-Martin75010 ParisFranceTel:+33 1 44 89 94 00Fax:+33 1 40 36 73 30E-mail:infos@ih-ra.comWeb site:http://www.ih-ra.comInternational Council of Cruise Lines (ICCL)2111 Wilson Boulevard8th Floor,Arlington,VA 22201United StatesTel:+1 703 522 8463Fax:+1 703 522 3811E-mail:info@iccl.orgWeb site:http://www.iccl.org
Tourism
Industry as a partner for sustainable development
Disclaimer
In a multi-stakeholder consultation facilitated by the United Nations Environment Programme,anumber of groups (including representatives from non-governmental organisations,labour unions,research institutes and national governments) provided comments on a preliminary draft of thisreport prepared by the World Travel & Tourism Council,International Hotel & Restaurant Association,International Federation of Tour Operators,and International Council of Cruise Lines.The report wasthen revised,benefiting from stakeholder perspectives and input.The views expressed in the reportremain those of the authors,and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United NationsEnvironment Programme or the individuals and organisations that participated in the consultation.

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