Criteria for the label
56 criteria – 5 world goals
A campsite wishing to join the GREENSTAY label scheme must make an extra sustainability effort and meet the criteria developed based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
There are a total of 56 criteria across the 5 SDGs. In developing the criteria, there have been several processes, from finding relevant SDGs to reviewing the practicalities of campsites to ensure relevance.
To receive the GREENSTAY label, the site must meet a minimum of 50% of the criteria within each goal in the first year, and subsequently, the site must meet a minimum of 80% of the criteria.
The purpose of GREENSTAY
On one hand, GREENSTAY should help make sustainable caravan sites visible to consumers, and on the other hand, to encourage caravan sites to continuously work towards sustainability. Therefore, it is important that the eco label is built on principles that are well-known at home and abroad, and in this context UN Sustainable Development Goals are very useful. The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have become the international standard of sustainability. Hence, communicating the SDGs helps create international recognisability