Recently we welcomed guests from Calvados Tourism and Terres de Nacre Tourism to the Juno Beach Centre to explore the two bunkers in front of the museum and learn more about the museum’s Sustainable Development project. It was an opportunity for Nathalie Worthington, director of Juno Beach Centre, to talk about regional cooperation:
“The museum’s Sustainable Development plan is based on broad guidelines that will directly reduce our environmental footprint. Decarbonizing means addressing the challenges arising from visitor transportation. Regional cooperation is essential for this. Each opportunity to reflect on the matter of cycling tourism, including that carried out by Calvados Attractivité, is an opportunity for the JBC to partner to push beyond the limits of its own institution to model ethical environmental and social practices in order to encourage a shift in thinking and build a more sustainable world for future generations.”
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