Water Equity in Tourism: A Human Right - A Global Responsibility
New report highlights water injustice
Poorly regulated tourism and weak water governance are undermining access to water and sanitation for many peope in the global South.
This inequity is leading to social conflict, while hampering the tourism sector’s contribution to wider sustainable development.
Our latest hard-hitting report explores these issues through five case studies from Bali, The Gambia, Zanzibar, and Goa and Kerala in Southern India. It offers 9 Principles of Water Equity in Tourism, plus recommendations for governments, the tourism industry and civil society.
The report, Water Equity in Tourism: A Human Right, a Global Responsibility, was launched on July 9th at a special event at Portcullis House in London and is available to download here.
In the mean time please take a look at our campaign actions and help us to fight water injustice in the tourism industry...
What you can do...
End Water Injustice in Goa petition and postcards dispatched
- Dec 14, 2012
Browse our free water teaching resources!
- Apr 16, 2012
PRESS RELEASE: Holidaymakers urged to be water aware
- Mar 20, 2012
Time to end Goa's tourism water woes
- Mar 13, 2012
WET educational resources: Watch this space!
- Dec 2, 2011
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- Nov 30, 2011
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- Jul 11, 2011
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