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9. Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

Develop sustainable travel policies

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Target Description

Level of Effort

UN SDG Target

9.4

By 2030, upgrade infrastructure and retrofit industries to make them sustainable, with increased resource-use efficiency and greater adoption of clean and environmentally sound technologies and industrial processes, with all countries taking action in accordance with their respective capabilities

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Assessment

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Internally assess if your organization has any green travel initiatives, when conducting corporate travel plans try to follow green practices.

Consider renting travel facilities focused on cost savings and impact reduction for local travel, long-distance travel, and overnight trips to allow for walking or other low-impact transit methods. seek out facilities that are certified under LEED, Green Seal 33, ENERGY STAR, the California Green Lodging Program, or the U.S. EPA’s Green Hotels

Opportunity

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Business:
Following green practices could be a cost-saving opportunity, opting for green travel facilitation can mitigate cost with proper planning and execution.

Sustainability:
Reduce environmental degradation caused by air emissions (e.g., NOx, SOx, volatile organic compounds, particulate matter, and carbon monoxide) from the air, rail, and light-duty vehicle travel, as well as hotel and lodging facilities

Strategy Build & Execution

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Analyze current business travel: analyze to establish a baseline, include information on the traveler, duration of the trip, origin, and destination, the purpose of the trip, travel method between locations, local travel methods, cost of the trip, lodging details, and estimated carbon emissions (if available).

1) See if any global tourism and travel facilitation companies have green programs in place.
2) Evaluate potential commercial opportunities to partner with these said service providers.

Supplier Negotiation & Contract

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(1) Consider working with a supplier to build their resources, tools, and capacity to adapt and carry out such policies and guidelines:
(1a) Identification of fields of activity in the travel industry that offers sustainable travel marketing.
(1b) Gather knowledge concerning sustainability to the travel industry; especially to the travel facilitation.
(2) Leverage the business creation in exchange for discounted rates.
(3) Agree on the quality, maintenance accountability and responsibility, quality management, to performance benchmarks with your supplier.

Supplier Performance & Management

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Perform an internal review after the change is implemented to evaluate the commercial impact of green travel policies, and the environmental impact of long term practice. Keep tracking progress, and identify emerging suppliers that service green facilitation in the future.

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