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 Merrion Hotel joins the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance global network for responsible hospitality
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…
Radisson Hotel Group signs Glasgow Declaration and reaffirms strong sustainability commitment during COP27
Radisson Hotel Group has made substantial strides to drive change in the hospitality industry’s response to climate change, towards sustainability, renewable energy, green building design, green mobility, and the establishment of the Hotel Sustainability Basicsto target Net Zero Hospitality by…
Funds invested are allocated to finance or refinance assets in a portfolio of eligible green and/or social finance projects, based on the criteria set out in the Citi Green Bond Framework, Social Finance Framework and Social Bond for Affordable Housing…
Vindow is the only cloud-based, SaaS platform that combines a centralized, full lifecycle management of the procurement process – from RFP generation through contract management – with AI-powered, intelligent market analytics.
Sustainable Hospitality Alliance and the Considerate Group form partnership to advance net positive hospitality
Both organisations have a strong focus on impact monitoring and reporting, and aim to innovate measurement tools to better support and deliver services to the hospitality industry.
Participating in GSTC’s Sustainable Tourism Training Program allows participants to gain in-depth knowledge of the GSTC Criteria before the Conference begins.
Select Green Hotels launched in September 2021, on World Tourism Day. To be listed on the site, properties are vetted for their environmentally friendly use of materials and resources, social commitment, and the preservation of nature and culture of the…
2022 shows one of the steepest growths in improvement across almost all metrics, raising the bar for destinations that will benchmark in 2023.
GBTA’s First Sustainability Summit harnesses collective efforts for driving action to Net Zero business travel
High-level event brings together almost 300 global experts, travel industry and policy leaders to outline solutions to decarbonize business travel aligned with Paris Climate Goals.
Sebastian Ebel, CEO of TUI Group delivers remarks on sustainability at World Travel Market London. Destination Co-Lab Rhodes starts roll out of strategy to make Rhodes a blueprint model for sustainable tourism transformation.
Participants in the Norwegian collaboration will strive towards reducing emissions from shipping by 50% by 2030, in line with the Norway’s national climate goals. This comes in addition to the current target of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reduce…
Today, environmental sustainability is a focus of interest for aviation. The airline industry is ambitiously committed to net zero emissions by 2050. Therefore, airlines and other industry players must have the right tools to support this goal towards a carbon-neutral…
This partnership will see the two organisations build on their previous collaborative work developing the Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative (HCMI) – which enables hotels to measure the carbon footprint of stays, meetings and events.
Sustainable Hospitality Alliance and Global Travel and Tourism Partnership form agreement to advance youth employment
This partnership combines the Alliance’s sector-specific expertise and reach in the hospitality industry with GTTP’s educational expertise and infrastructure in countries worldwide to enable both organisations to further enhance the positive potential of the hospitality sector.
Group partners with World Fuel Services for first bunkering of lower carbon fuel, a vital step in its Destination Net Zero decarbonization strategy.
Hospitality sector updates carbon tool to further industry-wide, robust approach to environmental measurement
To remain up to date amidst a changing landscape of climate action, HCMI has been reviewed and improved based on user feedback and research by Cornell University’s Center for Hospitality Research.
The TourCert standard for destinations was established in 2014.
Launch of climate action plan will help Glasgow lead the way as a world-class sustainable tourism and conference destination
An action plan for Glasgow’s tourism and conventions sectors has been introduced to help boost the city’s green credentials and support its visitor economy.