Sustainability guidelines for Kristina’s partners
Sustainability is at the core of Kristina’s business operations. We aim to promote sustainable and ethical development throughout all areas of our business and expect our suppliers to operate in the same manner. We require that all our suppliers comply with the following principles:
- should produce services that respect human rights, equality and the law (national and international laws about human rights, working conditions, environment and anti-corruption)
- respects in production the Sustainable Development Goals of UNICEF (https://www.unicef.org/sdgs )
- follow the ABTA Animal Welfare Guidelines (https://www.abta.com/industry-zone/raising-standards-in-the-industry/animals-in-tourism)
- respect the biodiversity
- to produce resource efficient, clean and well-managed operations
- to prevent pollution and littering
- to foster minimizing the CO2 emissions.
Kristina is proud to be a signatory of the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism.
As a signatory of the Glasgow Declaration, we commit to deliver plans aligned with the pathways to cut tourism emissions in half over the next decade and reach Net Zero emissions as soon as possible before 2050.