The Green Globe Standard facilitates responsible and sustainable environmental and social activity; and improved environmental and social outcomes for travel and tourism operations.
The Green Globe Standard is a structured assessment of the sustainability performance of travel and tourism businesses and their supply chain partners. Businesses can monitor improvements and document achievements leading to certification of their enterprises’ sustainable operation and management.
The Green Globe Standards is a collection of 339 compliance indicators applied to 41 individual sustainability criteria. The applicable indicators vary by type of certification, geographical area as well as local factors. The Green Globe Standard is reviewed and updated twice per calendar year.
Learn more: Green Globe Certification website
Conformity with Green Globe Certification's standard is verified by an independent organization (third party) following ISO 17011 Accreditation, ISO 19011 QMS and EMS auditing (and auditor qualifications)
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Last updated: 20 January 2012