Wed 9 Sep 20
Scotland’s tourism and hospitality establishments are encouraged to find out more about how their green recovery plans from COVID-19 might become reality with support from environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful through international eco-label Green Key.
Keep Scotland Beautiful has officially launched the Green Key programme in Scotland and offers a package of support to help Scotland’s tourism and hospitality establishments benefit from year-onyear environmental improvements that can also lead to financial savings.
Green Key is an international eco-label for tourism facilities run by the Foundation for Environmental Education. Since 1994, Green Key has been a leading standard of excellence in environmental responsibility and sustainable operation within the tourism industry.
Green Key is open to a wide range of establishments including hotels, visitor attractions, conference centres, campsites and restaurants and helps them meet global environmental standards set by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council and recognised by the UN World Tourism Organisation.
Find out more about Green Key at: www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/greenkey