TEMES S.A. the developers of Costa Navarino, has issued its third sustainability report which presents the Group’s activities for 2017, in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards (Core option) and the AA100 AccountAbility Principles Standard. According to the Group’s strategy for sustainable development, all activities and their outcome reflect the contribution towards the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Castle of Methoni (picturesource: costanavarino.com)

Sustainable tourism development has a firm position in the 2030 Agenda as set out by the UN, along with the direct and indirect contribution that tourism has, to all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). TEMES has established a model of sustainable tourism development which respects and preserves the environment, contributes to the local economy and communities where it operates, promotes the local culture, history and traditions.

Costa Navarino, which is one of the largest tourism projects in the Mediterranean, reflects these principles across every aspect of its operation: financial, environmental, and social. The results outlined in this report showcase how this sustainable tourism model creates value for the Group’s stakeholders, employees and partners, and is recognized by Costa Navarino’s guests and customers.

Stephanos Theodorides, Vice Chairman & Managing Director of TEMES said:

– This is our third sustainability report, which showcases our activity and contribution based on measurable results, positioning TEMES and Costa Navarino as a model of sustainable tourism development. Alignment with the United Nations 17 SDGs is the only path for tourism moving forward, and we are proud that the model we have adopted has a positive contribution across every sector of our operation”.

The report is available to download here and to view in flip book mode.

Read more about Costa Navarino HERE

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Sfaktiria Islet (picturesource: costanavarino.com)