ITP Goals

ITP’s Goals for 2030 unite the hotel industry for a sustainable future.

The International Tourism Partnership and its members believe that the hotel industry can be a force for good and make a positive contribution to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and to the COP 21 climate agreements.

By working together we can drive change further and faster than on our own. Our vision for 2030 is for sustainable growth and a fairer future for all. We are working together to achieve this through our collective ambition to impact critical issues via four ITP Goals.
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The Goals are clear and quantifiable commitments to improved sustainability which send out a call to action to the wider industry about the critical importance of using the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – also called the Global Goals – as a focal point to drive responsible business in hospitality.

Youth Employment

To collectively impact one million young people through employability programmes by 2030, thereby doubling our current impact on youth unemployment.

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To embed water stewardship programmes to reduce the number of people affected by water scarcity and identify ways to address water scarcity.

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To embrace science-based targets, and encourage the wider industry to join in reducing emissions at scale.

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Human Rights

To raise awareness of human rights risks, embed human rights into corporate governance, and address risks arising in the labour supply chain and during construction.

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