The initiative, with open days and guided tours, seeks to promote among the younger people responsible tourism practices.
The objective is that children understand that without sacrificing the basic comforts, it is possible to manage a hotel based on responsible consumption and to know what and how to use multiple resources that offers us not to damage nature, as in many cases it is already doing in Lanzarote.
“Environmental education must be present at learning from children and that children and young people aware of resources that provide clean energy or new technologies applied to a hotel,” noted from plague.
“Environmental education must be present in learning from a young age and children and young people should know the resources provided by clean energy or new technologies applied to a hotel,” said ASOLAN.
The programmed visits have been well received in the educational community and have the support of the Insular Director of Education, and even the teachers participating have expressed their satisfaction for the development of it because “it facilitates the teaching and learning process in a sustainable environment”.