89% of partner receptive agencies undertake CSR actions
Each of our partner receptive agencies works to encourage sustainable tourism and be a leader in its region in order to build an ecosystem of responsible players. Particular attention is paid to the selection of our service providers; we ensure that they adhere to our CSR requirements and extend our initiatives.
- CSR STRATEGY 89% 89%
- SPECIFIC OFFERS TO REDUCE THE ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT 78% 78%
- 78% LOW IMPACT MEANS OF TRANSPORT AND ACCOMMODATION 88% 88%
- IMPLICATIONS IN SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIONS 67% 67%
89% of receptive partner agencies have implemented CSR strategies in their business processes or have completely automated best practices.
78% of our local tourism agencies have set up specific offers to reduce the environmental and social footprint of events / tourism activities.
88% of agencies offer low-impact transportation and accommodation.
67% of respondents have either improved their social impact in recent years, or have become involved in positive impact social and environmental actions in collaboration with other professional tourism stakeholders.
Testimonials: The pride of our partners
We are very committed to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In this sense, we have built a library in a remote village to help local communities in the education of children. We have also built vegetable gardens, washrooms and drinking water tanks. Finally, we are involved in the “Refill not landfill” project. We make sure to work with committed partners, who include local communities, with a view to mutual human and financial enrichment.
Our services respect the principles of sustainable development, with certified partners. We cooperate with companies of a social nature: fight against human trafficking, integration of refugees, low-impact accommodation and optimized means of transport.
We ensure that our services are sustainable, with certified partners. In particular, we have set up services favoring real contacts and exchanges between tourists and local inhabitants.