The report is based on data from 2,093 hotels in 46 countries and provides industry trends on topics ranging from energy management to communication tofor the first time in its own categoryHealth & Wellness. The report includes results of 110 best practices in 12 categories.
For more than 10 years now Green Lodging News has been tracking the activities of state, regional and local green lodging certification/designation/recognition programs. Some of the programs have continued to thrive and grow – most often thanks to dedicated staff and adequate funding – while others have withered away, absent of a workable business plan.
In recent times the concept of a circular approach has gathered momentum as an attractive and viable way of generating economic growth and prosperity for people and planet.
The foodservice sector is putting sustainability on the menu, serving up innovative solutions to help cut waste, use resources more efficiently and change ingrained habits.
The Green Lodging Trends Report Survey, which has the support of the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Assn., Avendra, Boston Green Tourism, Green Seal, Brighton Management, Horwath HTLAsia Pacific, Green Key, Travelife, Green Key Global and GreenOtels, is sponsored by Cass Information Systems, Inc., reCollect2 and ClearWater Tech.
Tens of thousands of green lodging establishments around the planet are being encouraged to benchmark their sustainability practices by completing this survey which last year saw more than 2,100 properties participating from 44 countries. The survey will remain open through June 15.
Opportunity Exists for Travel Management Professionals To Consider Sustainable Practices When Contracting With Suppliers
An award-winning bar, exclusive spa, and electric vehicle charging stations? For some major hotel chains, power points that enable guests to recharge their cars on the premises are a new perk.
The report details the results of the first annual Green Lodging Survey conducted earlier this year and is available at no cost by clicking here. The report is based on data from more than 2,000 hotels in 44 countries and covers topics ranging from air quality to energy management to staff involvement. The report includes results of more than 100 questions asked in 11 categories.
The aviation sector has committed itself to carbon neutral growth by 2020, but so far the plan is floundering. With the environmental cost of flying on the rise, something has to be done.