Problem viewing email? Click here to view it online.
● Updates ● Forward ● Website


Tourism: 272 million Jobs World-Wide

By Dr.Wolfgang Weinz
Senior Technical Specialist Hotels, Catering, Tourism
Sectoral Policies Department
International Labour Office

imageAs a labour-intensive sector, tourism accounts for more than 272 million jobs, about 9.0 per cent of the overall number of jobs (direct and indirect).
It is estimated that one job in the core tourism industry indirectly generates 1.5 additional jobs in the related economy through linkages with such sectors as construction, agriculture, fishing, food processing, furniture manufacturing, handicrafts, media and entertainment, transport, utilities and services, including energy and telecommunications... Read More


Mövenpick Resort Hurghada: Green Team for The Red Sea

imageIslam Mohamed, Recreation & Watersports Manager at Mövenpick Resort Hurghada said, “Mövenpick Resort Hurghada is actively involved in charitable and sustainable projects. It works in close cooperation with local and global partners to promote sustainability in the social sphere...
Read More

Cinnamon Bey Beruwala, Caring for its Culture and Community

imageChristine Chevalaz, General Manager at Cinnamon Bey Beruwala said, “ ‘I will be green’ is one of the Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts pledges in our vision statement and perfectly demonstrates how sustainability is an important part of our business model, especially in Sri Lanka which is a new tourism destination ... Read More


New Members

Certified | Re-Certified

  • Mövenpick Resort El Sokhna, Egypt
  • Hôtel La Grée des Landes Eco-Hôtel Spa Yves Rocher, France
  • ADA Cosmetic GmbH, Germany
  • The Samaya Seminyak Bali, Indonesia


The International Labour Organization was established in 1919 by the Treaty of Versailles and became the first specialized agency of the United Nations system in 1946. The ILO has four strategic objectives: to promote and realize fundamental principles and rights at work; to create greater opportunities for women and men to secure decent employment and income; to enhance the coverage and effectiveness of social protection for all; and to strengthen tripartism and social dialogue. The ILO’s work in setting and monitoring international labour standards has provided the framework for national labour law and practice in virtually all countries. The ILO is guided by the principle that social stability and integration can be sustained only if they are based on social justice.
Read More

Green Globe
5959 W. Century Blvd., Suite 610 Los Angeles, California 90045 U.S.A