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EXA Group Canada 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.


EXA Group Canada commits to:


- Support the global commitment to halve emissions by 2030 and reach Net Zero as soon as possible before 2050;


- Deliver climate action plans within 12 months from becoming a signatory (or updating existing plans), and begin implementing them;


- Align plans with the five pathways of the Declaration (Measure, Decarbonise, Regenerate, Collaborate, Finance) to accelerate and co-ordinate climate action in tourism;


- Report publicly on an annual basis on progress against interim and long-term targets, as well as on actions being taken;


- Work in a collaborative spirit, sharing good practices and solutions, and disseminating information to encourage additional organisations to become signatories and supporting one another to reach targets as quickly as possible.

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EXA Group Canada has signed the Sustainable Tourism 2030 Pledge to demonstrate our commitment to improving the sustainability performance of our business between now and 2030.

The UN World Tourism Organization defines sustainable tourism as “tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment, and host communities.”

EXA Group Canada was developed to drive sustainability for the tourism industry. Our commitment to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals goes beyond design excellence for our clients.


In 2020 EXA Group Canada created and initiated the 10 Year Countdown program to bring sustainability and tourism knowledge to rural and indigenous communities in Nova Scotia and the Canadian Atlantic provinces.

To learn more about this initiative to promote sustainable development, click on the button below.