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Climate Emergency Plan

By Charlotte Momber on 02 Mar 2020
Categories: Office news, Responsible Tourism

Climate Emergency Plan

At Mountain Kingdoms we are committed to Responsible Tourism and ensuring that all our holidays are undertaken in a way which is socially, environmentally and culturally sound. As part of this commitment we have now joined the Tourism Declares a Climate Emergency initiative.

This is a collective of leading tour operators and travel professionals, coming together to find solutions to improve the current climate emergency. We acknowledge the science stating we have 10 years to address this crisis. We accept our responsibility to tell the truth, act now, and work together to help turn it around.

Read our Responsible Tourism Strategy here to find out more.

 

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