(08 February 2022) – Today, the Commission presented the transition pathway for tourism during the EU Industry Days.
The transition pathway is a plan jointly created with actors of the tourism ecosystem detailing key actions, targets and conditions to achieve the green and digital transitions and long-term resilience of the sector.
The transition pathway calls on the tourism community to implement measures in twenty-seven areas, including:
• To invest in circularity to reduce energy, waste, water and pollution, and at the same time to better meet the increasing demand for sustainable tourism;
• To enhance data sharing practices to allow for new innovative tourism services and improve the sustainable management of destinations;
• To invest in skills to ensure the availability of qualified workforce and attractive careers in the ecosystem.