After the co-creation process of the Transition Pathway, we now work on its co-implementation.
In February 2022, following the publication of the Transition Pathway for Tourism, the European Commission launched a call for commitments to stakeholders. Public and private tourism stakeholders are invited to share their concrete actions and targets to contribute to the green and digital transition of the tourism ecosystem and increasing the ecosystem's resilience. These pledges help shape how we implement the Transition Pathway and feed into the "Together for EU Tourism community".
We have received several batches of commitments and pledges, showing good leadership and examples for others to follow.
Summary reports on the first, second, third and fourth batch of published commitments highlight interesting messages and great examples of concrete actions to support the transition of EU tourism. We invite you to read these summaries, explore the published pledges and join the Together for EU Tourism community.
The call for commitments will be open as long as we implement the Transition Pathway and we invite tourism stakeholders to express their pledges and commitments via this online collection form. Stock-taking and the publication of newly received and updated commitments will take place up to 3 times a year.