Latest news from the Charter Network
Charter Award Ceremony: 21 areas awarded in Brussels
Charter Award Ceremony 2017: registrations are open
The X Charter Network Meeting, Italy 2017
EUROPARC launches new Charter Survey – Charter Magic Numbers
Why should we become a Sustainable Destination? The answers from Kullaberg Nature Reserve (Sweden)
Kullaberg Nature Reserve, Sweden
12 years as a Sustainable Destination – The Cairngorms National Park tourism strategy (UK)
Lochan Uaine (The Green Loch), Glenmore Forest, Aviemore
Changing attitudes vs engaging partners – experiences from the Dune Costiere Park (Italy)
Educational activity with tourists and locals, Parco Natural Regional Dune Costiere, Italy
Engaging Sustainable Partners – Montseny Nature Park (Spain)
The two first tour operators in Spain were awarded by Zona Volcànica de la Garrotxa Nature Park
Webinars on Sustainable Tourism available
Charter Award Ceremony 2016 – Ceremony at the European Parliament
Charter Award Ceremony 2016 – Registrations are now open!
A new partnership for Sustainable Tourism
Fresh start for Sustainable Tourism at Svalbard archipelago, Norway.
Charter Verification @ Monviso Park
Sustainable Tourism in Monte Rufeno Nature Reserve
Northern Portugal: the new nature destination
Cinque Terre NP: A current challenge for quality tourism
Sustainable tourism pays off: results from the French Sustainable Tour Operators
Call for new Verifiers – European Charter for Sustainable Tourism
The ECST in Italy: which are the reasons for success?
The Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Spain
Not the usual suspects: LIFE programme, Charter for Sustainable Tourism and Lands of Priolo
Charter Award Ceremony 2015
European Charter for Sustainable Tourism at Expo Milano 2015
EUROPARC @ ETIS Conference, European Commission
Being an EcoTourist in Spain // Mobile APP
Newsletters from the Charter Network
Taking the European Charter forward
As well as the EUROPARC Federation there are currently a wealth of people and several projects working to keep the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism current and to develop it further…
- Evaluation Committee and verifiers are responsible for the process of awarding Charter areas.
- EUROPARC Sections all work to take the Charter forward in their countries or regions.
- In 2014 the EUROPARC Federation signed a Supporter Agreement with the World Travel and Tourism Council and the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards, which has been renewed annually