Sustainable tourism allows everyone to take practical actions consciously to reduce negative impact on the environment, society, to support local economic and to preserve local culture while enjoying travel in Northeast Coast Area. In short, Sustainable Tourism is an attitude to respect and take into account between the balance of local social culture, economy, and natural environment.
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Promise of Sustainability
Northeast and Yilan Coast National Scenic Area Administration (NEYC) has obeyed GSTC global sustainable standards since 2016, and put the 100 criteria of Green Destinations into practice. NEYC keeps on communicating with other green destinations around the world and improving sustainability action plans year by year.
In 2020, NEYC initiated “NEYC Business DMO”(Destination Marketing Organization) for helping local business stakeholders to work together and promote GSTC sustainability standards through diverse tourism experiences in five themes, which are “Green Economy”, “LOHAS Sports”, “Marine Leisure”, “Livable Life” and “Culture & Education”. We sincerely hope that the tourists and local stakeholders will work together with us to protect eco environment, preserve local culture and bring the benefit to local communities in North East and Yilan Coast Area of Taiwan.
Sustainable Tourism Vision
NEYC aims to preserve nature and cultural resources, empower communities and support the trading economy to become more and more sustainable in North East and Yilan Coast area.
Sustainable Tourism Development Targets
- “Innovation and Sustainability”. To stimulate competitiveness and develop sustainability in NEYC.
- “Responsible tourism”. To promote the development of sustainable, responsible, and high-quality tourism.
- “Development of smart tourism”. To consolidate NEYC's image as a collection of sustainable, high-quality destinations.
- “Creation of a Happy Local Industry”. To maximize the potential of NEYC for supporting and encouraging sustainable trades/businesses.
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Sustainable Destinations Top 100