Bookster joins Tourism Declares to commit to emissions reductions
Scotland: Holiday lettings software Bookster has become the first company of its kind in Europe to join the Tourism Declares global community and commit to a reduction in global emissions.
The Edinburgh-based company is committing to take action and support other businesses in their path to cutting carbon emissions, as well as create a solution for sustainable travel.
Managing director of Bookster, Robin Morris, said: “We are delighted to be the first holiday let software in Europe to step up, and hope that our actions will encourage other tourism businesses to join us.”
This November, COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference, will be hosted in Glasgow, and further legislative change is expected to be implemented by then.
Tourism Declares is an initiative committed to finding solutions to the climate crisis. It is a global community of 268 travel organisations, companies and professionals who have declared a climate emergency and come together to plan a better future for tourism, with more in the pipeline.
The community is aiming to cut global emissions in half over the next decade by sharing ideas, …
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