Greek hoteliers and hospitality stakeholders have been pumping sustainability for all it’s worth for years now. And there’s no sign of letup.
If the Greece of tomorrow is to retain the same touristic value it enjoys today, a more sustainable model must be created.
Tourism cannot be the pillar of long-term economic growth for Greece. The sector cannot keep pace to grow the country’s GDP.
Greek political and business leadership launches cartoonish tourism PR campaign in the midst of record COVID-19 cases.
The president of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH), Alexandros Vassilikos, is calling for an injection of capital.
The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels (HCH) and the Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) signed a memorandum of understanding.
Greek desicionmakers are now wrestling with the idea of a new model for tourism. Let’s hope they are serious this time.
A new from the Ministry of Tourism was presented this week by the Minister of Tourism Haris Theocharis.
An agreement between the Greek Tourism Ministry, the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels looks like the foxes in the henhouse.
Greece is advancing on plans to ban single-use plastics by July, 2021. A new law targets unsustainable practices.
An initiative on Donoussa Island in the Cyclades has made the small island a model for environmentalism and sustainability.
Greece’s Environment Minister Kostis Hadzidakis announced projects dedicated to making his country environmentally sustainable for the future.
Porto Palace Hotel Thessaloniki has received the eco-friendly “Green Key” international environmental label.
The Secretary-General of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) met with the Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism of Greece last week in order to offer the United Nations’ specialized agency’s support for sustainable tourism. Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili was in Athens for discussions with political leaders, as well as high-level representatives from the private sector. The discussions focused on the […]
Just maybe, 2020 will be the year Greece sets sail for a sustainable economy and future. It all depends on Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis.