National Policy on Biological Diversity 2016 - 2025

Goal 2 - Target 5 : Sustainable Tourism

By 2025, tourism is sustainably managed and promotes biodiversity conservation.
Action 5.1
Identify and mitigate impacts of tourism on biodiversity
Key Indicator:   By 2025, 50 tourism sites/resorts have been certified under Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria (GSTC) or similar schemes.
Action 5.2
Promote green guide certification
Key Indicator:   By 2018, all tourism guides for nature-based attractions have been certified as green guides.
Action 5.3
Engage indigenous peoples and local communities in nature tourism and promote volunteerism
Key Indicator:   By 2025, the number of indigenous peoples and local communities actively participating in ecotourism has doubled compared to the 2016 level.

Related with Aichi Biodiversity Targets

  1. Strategic Goal A   —   Target 4
    By 2020, at the latest, Governments, business and stakeholders at all levels have taken steps to achieve or have implemented plans for sustainable production and consumption and have kept the impacts of use of natural resources well within safe ecological limits.
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