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Monaco promotes eco-friendly tourism

Monaco promotes eco-friendly tourism

By Staff Writer - December 21, 2016

tourismofficeMonaco’s Tourism and Conventions Bureau will be represented at the Monaco Pavilion throughout the International Exhibition in Astana, Kazakhstan, from June 10 until September 10, 2017.

With the slogan”Thinking about the future”, the Principality will emphasise the importance of the environmentally friendly use of energy and the reduction of CO2 emissions.

The Bureau will also be working with hotels in Kazakhstan on energy strategies for the hotel sector and, specifically, on organising a conference on tourism and energy in June next year.

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