European Commission launches a stakeholder consultation on the transition pathway for tourism

The update of the EU Industrial Strategy highlights the need to accelerate the green and digital transition of EU industry and its ecosystems. It proposes cocreation with industry, public authorities, social partners and other stakeholders.

To initiate the co-creation process, the Commission prepared a staff working document outlining possible scenarios for a transition pathway toward a more resilient, sustainable and innovative tourism ecosystem. 

Commissioner Breton invites stakeholders to reflect and contribute to the scenarios for 2030 and list key enablers for the transition of the tourism ecosystem. The document invites the stakeholders to work together and propose concrete actions, commitments and investments at sectoral, national and regional levels of the tourism ecosystem. It also asks stakeholders for an assessment of scale, cost, benefits and conditions of the required actions to accompany the twin transition of European tourism.

Please share your contribution through the EU Survey questionnaire open until 15 September 2021.

Based on your input, we will deepen and focus the debate with dedicated stakeholder workshops this autumn.