HOTREC and UNWTO strengthen their partnership on sustainability for 2017

BERLIN – The President of HOTREC, Ms. Susanne Kraus-Winkler and a CEO of HOTREC, Mr. Christian de Barrin met a United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Secretary General Mr. Taleb Rifai to plead on how to strengthen tolerable tourism opposite Europe.

HOTREC published in Nov 2015 a process paper on a supposed ‘Sharing’ economy with a pretension ‘Levelling a personification field’, that UNWTO contributed to. Most recently, HOTREC published discipline to revoke food rubbish and recommendations to conduct food donations as HOTREC’s initial grant to a celebrations of a United Nations International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017.

New topics were discussed to work on together, in sold in propinquity to tourism and security, appetite potency in liberality businesses and gastronomy.

“We acquire HOTREC’s partnership and support in building tolerable tourism quite as we applaud a International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development in 2017. The universe is changing and we need to take caring of a resources and also safeguard a protected and seamless tourism experience” pronounced UNWTO Secretary General, Mr. Taleb Rifai.

HOTREC will join UNWTO’s Task Force on Tourism and Security to be launched in May 2017. In addition, HOTREC will work on building recommendations for hotels in particular, though also for restaurants, to beget appetite savings.

“HOTREC is beholden to UNWTO for a care in creation tourism a motorist not usually for jobs and growth, though also for education, amicable inclusion and peace” added Susanne Kraus-Winkler, President of HOTREC.

As 2018 will be a European Year of Cultural Heritage and Tourism, HOTREC will also be operative on compelling gastronomy together with UNWTO and other stakeholders.

“Following successful partnerships on new tourism height services or a so called pity economy, Nearly Zero Energy Hotels (neZEH), a rebate of food rubbish and a growth of food donations, we demeanour brazen to serve auxiliary with UNWTO on appetite potency in liberality businesses, gastronomy and tourism and security” concluded Christian de Barrin, CEO of HOTREC.

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