CLIA launches sustainable cruising toolkit
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has produced a new, online resource highlighting sustainable cruising initiatives.
The new toolkit is accessible to all and contains information in multiple languages that can be downloaded and shared.
These include reports, statistics, maps, posters and infographics.
The first edition of the toolkit which was launched at CLIA’s European Summit, is available in six languages.
These are English, French, German, Italian, Norwegian and Spanish.
More languages will be covered in a second edition later in the year.
The toolkit is a way to share stories and to raise sustainable cruising awareness with local communities and the public.
The site includes good practice examples of cooperation between cruise lines, business, ports, and local authorities.
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