43 THE TOURISM SECTOR AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS What are the sustainable development goals? SDG 4, 7 and 13 Implement management systems that are certified in accordance with international standards. SDG 6, 13 and 14 Sustainably manage and protect marine and coastal habitats at destination sites to prevent and reduce marine pollution and take measures to restore them. SDG 4, 13, 14 and 15 Put in place measures to raise awareness among tourists and local communities regarding safeguarding the environment, so as to prevent impacts on the landscapes, forests and other natural resources of destination sites. SDG 8 and 16 Develop a code of ethics in the company, in order to ensure responsible and transparent management and ethical behaviour of the members of the company in the performance of their activities. SDG 8 and 12 Promote social responsibility and sustainability in the supply chain by training and evaluating suppliers and by including the relevant clauses in contracts. SDG 4, 8, 12and 17 Disseminate the management models and good practices of companies of the sector in the areas of social responsibility and sustainability through conferences, workshops, forums, debates, etc. SDG 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and 10 Carry out cooperation projects focused on the development of local economies that make it possible to improve the living conditions of the greater number of people possible. SDG 17 Create public-private partnerships with civil society, universities, the public sector and other companies in the tourism sector or others, to carry out projects that contribute to the development of sustainable tourism.
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