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Green Globe 21's Industry Partners


Green Globe 21 is able to ensure global delivery of the programme with local action by its joint venture partnerships with CRCTourism in Australia and CAST in the Caribbean. Secondly with the aid of its 27 strategic partners, including the World Travel & Tourism Council, World Tourism Organization, UNEP, IATA, IH&RA and PATA. Green Globe 21 also has principle partnerships with Hagler Bailly for Environmental Management Services and with SGS for Certification services. All of these alliances are backed up by a network of local representatives all over the world. Strengthening this network will be a central part of our continuing development.


The World Travel & Tourism Council and ECoNETT

Green Globe 21 has entered into a strategic alliance with the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), the Global Business Leaders Forum for Travel & Tourism. Click on the logo to access the WTTC website.

Visit the ECoNETT site to consult the database established by WTTC in partnership with the European Commission. There are over 1200 files of information relating to the sustainable development of Travel and Tourism


Principle Partnerships

Company Name Logo & Website
SGS -
Hagler Bailly -
Montgomery Watson -
George Washington University (GWU) -
Sustainable Travel & Tourism


Strategic Partners

Green Globe 21 is supported by 28 key industry partners which between them represent Travel & Tourism sectors and regions throughout the world. Green Globe 21 industry partners work with Green Globe 21 to promote membership of the programme amongst their own members.

Company Name Website URL
Airports Council International (ACI) www.airports.org
The Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO) -
The Africa Travel Association (ATA) -
Association of South African Travel Agents (ASATA) -
Adventure Travel Society (ATS) www.adventuretravel.com/ats
The British Incoming Tour Opearators Association www.bitoa.co.uk/home.htm
The European Federation of Conference Towns (EFCT) -
European Tour Operators Association (ETOA) -
The Hotel, Catering and Institutional Management Association (HCIMA) http://hcima.org.uk/
The International Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus (IACVB) www.iacvb.org
International Air Transport Association (IATA) www.iata.org
International Federation of Women's Travel Organisations (IFWTO) -
The International Hotel & Restaurant Association (IH&RA) www.ih-ra.com
The International Hotels Environment Initiative (IHEI) -
International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) -
Hungarian Society of Tourism (MATUR) -
New Zealand Tourism Industry Association (NZTIA) -
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) www.pata.org
Receptive Services Association (RSA) -
Society of the Advancement of Travellers with Handicaps (SATH) www.sath.org
Society of Incentive Travel Executives (SITE) -
South Pembrokeshire Partnership for Action with Rural Communities (SPARC) -
Tourism Council Australia (TCA) www.tourism.org.au
Travel Industry Association of America (TIA) www.tia.org
Travel Industry Association of Nova Scotia (TIANS) http://destination-ns.com/tians/
The Tourism Society -
World Association of Travel Agents (WATA) www.kenpubs.co.uk/watanetwork/