Tourism and climate change stocktake 2023

The Tourism and Climate Change Stocktake 2023, through its 24 key findings, will reveal strengths and weaknesses in tourism climate adaptation, emission reduction, policy, finance, and capacity building. Its central message is that the whole tourism sector needs to “go further and faster” in its response to climate change. The tourism sector must act decisively to accelerate climate action and forge new, stronger international climate policy and finance collaborations. This first sectoral Stocktake has taken a year of research involving leading tourism and climate science experts and its release has been timed to link to the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 28) and the UNFCCC global Climate Stocktake.