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Green Globe Update - UNWTO COVID 19: Putting People First

Another week has passed, and the global situation is rapidly changing with strict lock downs of tourism destinations and non-essential travel. Please click the link above for advice, guidelines and links from the UNWTO. While this is a major setback to the hospitality and travel industry, these measures are being put in place to halt the spread of COVID 19 and ensure that we can get back to business at the earliest possible time. We ask all members, their staff and management to heed advice and help to shut down the spread of this virus. In the meantime, please take a look below at our free admission to the Green Globe Academy a part of our industry assistance package.

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Free Access to Green Globe Academy for Green Globe Members

As part of our efforts to support members during the COVID 19 shut down, we are opening our Green Globe Academy free of charge to all staff and management of Green Globe members. If your business is certified by Green Globe and you would like to take the Sustainability Leadership course at no cost, then simply email your details with confirmation of employment to Now is a good time to refresh you skills or gain a new qualification, so please take advantage of this offer.

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World Firsts with New Certifications for Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Group

Green Globe recently certified two Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Group properties. The Café de Paris Monte-Carlo is the first restaurant in the world to receive Green Globe certification and Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo is the first spa globally to receive Green Globe Gold certification.

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Mövenpick Hotel Gammarth Tunis: Protect Planet and People

Imen Touhemi, HACCP Quality & Hygiene Coordinator and Green Globe Project Leader at the hotel said, “The entire Green Globe team within the hotel is very happy that we have achieved our green goal to attain certification again in 2019. We hope that we will always be ready to protect the environment, help disadvantaged people and be a part of the global movement to save our planet.”

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Rencontre avec Agnès Weil, directrice développement durable du Club Med

Depuis 2015, le Club Med appartient au conglomérat chinois FOSUN Tourisme (FTG). Un nouveau tournant pour une nouvelle façon de comprendre les vacances? Rencontre avec Agnès Weil, directrice du développement durable du Club.

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