In this page you can find some answers to common questions that may help our participants to know more about the Chart of the sea.
What is the Chart of the sea ?
The Chart of the sea is a score chart where each participant can evaluate their own best practice giving a specific score: 5 points for each best practice in project and 10 points for each best practice adopted.
Who can join to the Chart of the sea ?
The Chart of the sea is a score chart for both public and private subjects in the Mediterranean area. More in details, the subject can be: Museums, Parks and marine protected areas, Local authorities, Environmental, Cultural and Social Associations, Foundations, Fishing and sportive associations of the sea, Tour Operators ( hotel, B&B, agritourism and fishing tourism) and seaside resorts, Schools, cultural and training organizations, Enterprises (trade , industry, agriculture , crafts , social).
About the Chart of the sea
The Chart of the sea was promoted by Galata Museo del Mare (Genoa, Italy) in 2009.Each member evaluates his/her best practices: 5 points for each best practice in project and 10 points for each best practice adopted. Over six years it collected 4000 BestPractices from public, private and public private establishment, located in the Liguria Region and down to the Mediterrannean basin.
What about the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility).
The Chart of the sea serves as a baseline to meet the future challenges and focus on innovation, research and quality, intertwining the great strength of Made in Italy and Made in Mediterranean with beauty, territory, social and environmental cohesiveness. Into each section of the document is possible to find international indicators of responsible business conduct and corporate social responsibility. References: GC: Global Compact; OCSE or LGO: OECD Guidelines; GRI: G4. You can find more details about the CSR used in the Sea Card here.
What about if I am not to able to compile the on-line form?
If you are not able to compile the on-line form you can still join the Chart of the sea by downloading the off-line version from here and send to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org