Conducted by Nelson Alcantara, eTurboNews Editor in Chief, the interviewalso includes discussions of Green Globe International’s affiliation withthe World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the United Nations WorldTourism Organization (UNWTO), the history of the brand dating back to 1992,and the administration of Green Globe program in different regions of theworld, including the Caribbean.
“In this interview with eTurboNews, Mr. Cox provides detailed informationon a variety of topics, including the status of Green Globe initiatives inspecific markets,” stated Green Globe International CEO and ManagingDirector Steven R. Peacock. “We hope that this information is helpful bothto our shareholders and to Green Globe stakeholders around the world.”
The Green Globe brand and program, which traces its roots back to theUnited Nations Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit in 1992, where 182 Heads ofState endorsed the Agenda 21 principles of sustainable development, hasprimarily been used in the travel and tourism industry but is now beingexpanded to include a growing number of environmentally responsiblebusinesses in a variety of market sectors. The Green Globe brand is anideal symbol for the world’s increasing awareness of environmentalresponsibility and response to global climate change.
Green Globe International, an affiliate member of the United Nations WorldTourism Organization (UNWTO), has endorsed the efforts of the UnitedNations Foundation, Rainforest Alliance, the United Nations EnvironmentProgramme (UNEP) and the UNWTO in launching the Global Sustainable TourismCriteria (GSTC).
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