Green Tourism Business Scheme At National Museums Scotland we are committed to continuously improving our environmental performance. Some of our museums have received awards through the Green Tourism Business Scheme. The National Museum of Flight, National Museum of Rural Life and National War Museum have been assessed under the Green Tourism Business Scheme, and have all achieved Silver or Bronze awards. The Green Tourism Business Scheme is the national sustainable tourism certification scheme for the UK. Originally developed in partnership with VisitScotland, it is now the only certification scheme endorsed by VisitBritain through the International Centre for Responsible Tourism. Businesses opting to join Green Tourism are assessed by a qualified grading advisor against a rigorous set of criteria, covering a range of areas, such as energy and water efficiency, waste management, biodiversity and more. Those businesses that meet the required standard receive a Bronze, Silver, or Gold award based on their level of achievement. The current network of members is comprised of a wide range of business types, including accommodation providers, visitor attractions, corporate offices and others. To find out more about the scheme, or member organisations, visit www.green-business.co.uk The National Museum of Flight and National Museum of Rural Life have received a Silver award. The National War Museum has received a bronze award.