Latest news and insights from various sources relating to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Winners include nine teams for each challenge related to sustainability with various prizes. Students from around the world developed over 60 projects and received mentorship from Amadeus and industry experts to bring their ideas to life.
EU sector’s GDP has grown on average 2.1% annually whilst its greenhouse gas emissions increased by just 0.3%. EU sector’s emissions intensity decreased by 14% between 2010 and 2019.
Consisting of seven companies, Rabmer Group operates in three main areas: construction, real estate, and environmental technology. Having been active in environmental technology worldwide for almost 30 years, Rabmer particularly focus on water, wastewater, and renewable energies.
Through this partnership, both organisations will be collaborating to build a more sustainable future for business travel by working across both the business travel community and the hospitality providers and suppliers which accommodate them.
The Climate Action Plan outlines the positive changes that the tour operator will make to reduce carbon emissions across their business and tours.
Whitbread’s sustainability work has a strong focus on people and communities. This includes responsible sourcing of key commodities, supplier risk assessments to ensure the human rights of workers, and leading work on sustainable cotton.
WTTC and Saudi-based Sustainable Global Tourism Center launch inaugural Environmental & Social Research. Between 2010 and 2019 the sector’s GDP has grown on average 4.3% annually whilst its climate footprint increased by just 2.4%
Through this partnership, the Alliance and the UKGBC will collaborate on research and data sharing, and pilot initiatives and standardisation with an aim to drive green building innovation across the hospitality sector.
The Sustainable Hospitality Alliance (the Alliance), is delighted to welcome the Dublin based hotel to their network of over 220 leading brands, as the organisation continues to ramp up momentum on the path to a sustainable future.
Since the launch Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism at COP26, more than 700 businesses, destinations, civil society groups and even countries have signed up, committing to decarbonize, regenerate and measure in order to halve their carbon emissions by 2030 and reach Net-Zero by 2050 at the latest.