Environmental tourism policy making
OACM group’s close global collaboration with governmental institutions, agencies, and global organisations has helped the conglomerate get a unique perspective on the global tourism industry’s environmental development and policy making for the new modern, innovative and sustainable system that is currently integrated globally.
The OACM’s approach to new global environmental policy making is based on the merger and responsibility sharing between the governmental and corporate sectors in order to create a sustainable long-term operational alliance. This alliance can efficiently accelerate the integration of the OACM SOS CP system, which will physically reduce the current plastic content in the oceans and prevent future pollution.
The essential part and the core of the development of new global strategies relies on the effective communication platform and information sharing between the nations, governments, corporate tourism industry sector, and world organizations such as UN, UNWTO, UNESCO, UNEP, UNDP. In the research and development process of new innovative solutions, OACM relies on the strong global collaboration between all partners and benefactors which can provide feedback about the efficiency of the implemented measures crucial for making adjustments and further upgrading the system.
The four pillars of development of the global environmental policy making and sustainability the OACM is led by are: social, human, environmental and financial, and all four must be integrated in the projects and initiatives. The future aspect and the essential core of the future development and policy making is to merge two notions of the same aspect into one (environment and finance), which is one of the OACM’s core ideals - economic growth through the protection of the environment and natural resources. This is the guidance reference in the OACM strategy and future development of the Environmental Tourism Policy Making.