Sustainability in Shakespeare's England

As a Destination Management Organisation, Shakespeare's England is committed to supporting the protection and preservation of our natural world for generations to come - both for those who live here, and also for the many visitors who come to experience our wonderful destination every year.

Awareness of the impact that human actions are taking on our world and its natural resources is growing rapidly, and this awareness is driving a need and desire to change the way we treat our world. In Shakespeare's England, hotels, visitor attractions, food and drink businesses and retailers are working hard to become more sustainable, and introducing new ways of working to futureproof our valuable tourism industry.

How to be a sustainable visitor in Shakespeare's England

There are lots of ways to be a sustainable visitor in Shakespeare's England - we have included a few easy tips in our blog post here. By embracing the many local, independent businesses in Shakespeare's England, you will help to support the local economy so that it can continue to thrive. Many hotels, attractions and hospitality businesses support local farmers and producers which helps to keep food miles to a minimum while ensuring that everyone can benefit from tourism.

Sustainable travel 

Shakespeare's England are proud to work in partnership with You.Smart.Thing to help you plan your journey to Warwickshire with personalised low carbon active travel plans, which include public transport, electric vehicle charge points and accessible parking. You can access our free journey planner here.

Travelling by public transport is another way of helping to reduce congestion and pollution. You can find information on public transport bus and train links here.

Sustainable tourism business success stories

Our tourism and hospitality businesses are working hard to implement positive and sustainable changes into their working practices, and we are excited to share some of those success stories with you! We are proud to be working with Green Tourism to achieve Green Tourism Accreditation as a Destination Management Organisation and to encourage as many of our hotels, attractions, restaurants and shops to do the same!

 

 

 

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