About the Event
The Green Destinations Story Awards showcases and celebrates the most inspirational initiatives for sustainable tourism development from stories submitted to the annual Green Destinations Top 100 Stories.
The Green Destinations Story Awards ceremony will take place on the 7th of March, at ITB Berlin 2023.
The People’s Choice Award
This year again, Green Destinations will open a 6th category of awards: the People’s Choice Award – to allow YOU to support your favourite story.
Select your favourite destination in the form below. Voting starts on January 5th at 11:00 a.m. and ends on January 23rd at midnight. To ensure fair selection, votes are limited to one per person.
The destination that receives most votes will be awarded the People’s Choice Award at the Green Destinations Story Awards ceremony at ITB Berlin.
Share this with your networks to encourage them to vote for your favourite story!
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The ITB Earth Award
This award recognises global leadership in the fight against climate change and environmental degradation amongst a collection of smart projects for more sustainable tourism.
This story is elected by Rika Jean-François, Commissioner ITB Corporate Social Responsiblity.
The full list of nominees will be published on January 5th at 11:00 a.m. Stay tuned!
Ethological safari of the horse “Garrano”
“Krasna Kuhnja” (Exquisite Cuisine) – a mirror of the development of sustainable gastronomy”
Digitalization of Jože Plečnik’s cultural heritage
Preservation and revitalization of patrimony in a Japanese castle town
Net at sea, a tradition on the beach: mullet fishing as an identify of Bombinhas
Two Path Strong – strong in culture and strong in education
Category: Environment & Climate
Campers welcome in destination Jeruzalem Slovenia.
A view from Nessie: Inverness Loch Ness’ Climate Action Plan
Reviving the majestic diversity of Bago Watershed.
Change 1 habit
The Path to Becoming the First Carbon-Neutral Small Island
Category: Governance, Reset & Recovery
Koh Mak, The Journey to become the first low carbon destination in Thailand
The Capacity Management Conducted to Guishan Island.
The Val de Zafán Green Way
The recovery of the Pómac Forest, a new opportunity for life
Crowd Control at Nabegataki Park
To work together on a CSR approach with the Tourist Offices of Normandy.
Category: Nature & Scenery
Coexisting with Nature in Haomeili: Taking Sustainable Action – Beach Nourishment and Ecological Restoration
UNESCO Global Geopark – From 0 to 516 – The “Bridge” for Sustainability
Mangrove Forest Protection through Community-based Eco Tourism Project
Azraq Oasis Restoration and Socioeconomic Development
Sustainable Conservation and Utilization of the more than a thousand years old Grasslands to Conserve the Aso Landscape and improve tourism
What a fishy story
Category: Thriving Communities
Meet the Jury