Latest news and insights from various sources relating to UN Sustainable Development Goals.
GSTC Member, GreenOtels announce the “The GreenOtels Award”. The Awards are envisioned to solely give recognition to India’s most sustainable, environmentally friendly and socially responsible hotels. The Awards were given to Hotels & Resorts in four categories – Extra Large Hotel Category (250 rooms and above), Large category (120 rooms up to 250), Medium category […]
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Pest control is a necessary evil for hotels and one that has to be managed carefully. Raymond Web of Take Care Termite and Pest Control shares some pest prevention and control strategies to help hoteliers keep their surroundings healthy, safe and pest-free. Bed bugs are some of the most persistent pests and their infestation can […]
The program, brought by the Events Industry Council and enabled by InspireME Monte-Carlo and Sustained Impact, will mark the debut of the certification in Europe.
A lot of a hotel’s sustainability challenges are now being addressed at the design stage. Whether that’s designing a water efficient hotel before construction, or re-thinking popular room items to be eco-friendly. In this Talking Point Jonathan Smith, product marketing manager flame technology, Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation looks at how design has an important […]
Two Swedish women have launched a campaign called Flygfritt 2019 that is aiming for 100,000 pledges for people to give up flying for one year
On ll of its tours, Vagabond staff curate locally owned accommodations, pubs and restaurants that help serve their goal of authenticity.
Gathering tackles energy efficient measures, sustainability strategies, & retrofitting program for hospitality industry.
As an alternative to a somewhat Westernised and potentially patronising desire to ‘help’ the poor, Community Based Tourism provides a means to support communities to diversify their income, on their own terms, and contribute to sustainable development in the process.
Initiative will see replacement of foam containers with paper or eco-friendly bags and straw alternatives over coming year.
Responsible Tourism Initiative is specifically aimed at improving sustainability in the supply chain in hospitality establishments and enhancing the understanding of one-by-one fisheries