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Mauricio Vila and the president of the WTTC signed a letter of commitment

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Yucatan Governor Mauricio Vila and the president and CEO of the WTTC, Julia Simpson, signed a letter of commitment with the WTTC that seeks to promote the Hotel Sustainability Basics strategy, which aims to accompany hoteliers in defining the concrete steps to achieve decarbonization, responding to the global call to generate inclusive and sustainable growth in the industry.

For its part, the WTTC will provide training and support to those establishments that require it on issues of the use of renewable energies, proper waste management methods, and water care strategies, to achieve a more sustainable sector. Thus reaffirming its commitment to the development of the Yucatan hotel sector.

“This initiative is aligned with our main objective, which is to reinforce our work plan focused on becoming a sustainable, sustainable, and inclusive state by our 2040 Agenda,” said the Governor.

Joint efforts will be aimed at ensuring that the establishments of the hotel network and local hotelier associations obtain verification of this initiative.

To this end, the WTTC and its partners will provide training and support on issues of the use of renewable energy, proper waste management, and water care.

The World Travel and Tourism Council is the global authority on the economic and social contribution of travel and tourism, promoting sustainable growth for the travel and tourism sector, and working with governments and international institutions to create jobs, boost exports, and generate prosperity.

Together with ITB Berlin and WTM London, Fitur is one of the three most important tourism fairs in the world and certainly the largest on the European continent; This 2024 has the participation of 140 thousand professionals from 165 countries and expects the visit of 80 thousand people. It is essentially focused on leisure tourism but with a clear desire to develop the business tourism segment.

It is worth remembering that Yucatán is rich in diversity of natural, cultural, and heritage attractions, such as its impressive cenotes, 378 kilometers of beautiful beaches, wide and varied fauna, magical towns, and archaeological zones of global relevance, such as Chichén Itzá and Uxmal.

It offers a wide range of attractive options that include living Mayan culture, exquisite cuisine, colonial cities, Magical Towns, and more, and direct connections to several of the main national and international airports.

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