New report on sustainable tourism highlights importance of the GREENinMED project for the Mediterranean tourism industry in the post-COVID-19 context

Raquel Velasco Gómez

This report produced by the Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASCAME) and the Malaga Chamber of Commerce (Spain) aims to analyse the importance and evolution of tourism worldwide, and specifically in the Mediterranean region, highlighting the relevance of the tourism sector in each of the countries, as well as the current situation in each of them concerning the implementation of sustainable tourism and the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It also presents the tools that destinations, institutions and companies in the Mediterranean region have at their disposal to develop sustainable management of tourist destinations.
For the project, it is very useful to share this report since it is closely linked to the purpose of GREENinMED as well as it is aligned with the activity currently being implemented by the consortium, the Innovation Vouchers. 
These Innovation Vouchers will allow companies from France, Israel and Spain to support Mediterranean SMEs operating in the tourism industry to be more competitive, through the application of innovative and sustainable solutions that increase efficiency in water and energy management. 
This type of support makes the GREENinMED project operate according to Sustainable Development Goals and the promotion of sustainable tourism in the Mediterranean region. 

Please click here to access the report.