Hotel art project for young people is UNWTO winner
Native Hotels is Tourism for Tomorrow finalist
The Green Hotelier Awards 2017 are now open
Talking Point: Hoteliers should avoid piling on the pounds of food waste
Talking Point: Why it pays to think like an island resort
Hotels standing up for human rights
Know How Guide to Human Trafficking updated for 2016
Hotels can act to help employees' mental health
ITP's Know How Guide to sustainable hotel certifications
Hotels in China must be more responsible, report says
Protecting children in tourism: a persistent problem
Welcome to Green Hotelier
Green Hotelier is the leading source of information on the sustainable and responsible agenda within the hotel industry. As the key communication tool of the International Tourism Partnership, which works with global hotel chains to drive the responsible agenda, Green Hotelier has a serious commitment to delivering accessible, expert and honest content.
Launched in 1996, the original publication was in magazine format and sought to spread the word on leading initiatives within the industry whilst also providing practical advice to hoteliers looking to imitate them. The world has changed a lot since then, and so has Green Hotelier. The website form of the publication was refreshed in July 2012, providing anyone interested in sustainability within the hotel industry with easy-to-navigate, comprehensive and fresh information, practical advice and tools.
Whether a hotelier looking to ‘green’ your property, a responsible tourism student, a sustainability commentator or someone simply looking to keep on top of the latest industry news, we hope you find heaps of helpful information and resources.
The UK’s first ever energy-saving conference – Hotel Energy 17 – is set to take place on 11th May. Fran Hughes, director of ITP the International Tourism Partnership is chairing the event. Taking place in Birmingham, Hotel Energy 17 is organised by energy management expert…
This month the International Tourism Partnership is holding a stakeholder engagement event with member companies in Asia Pacific to help them hear the concerns of stakeholders in the region and collaborate for solutions and best practice. To highlight how important - and useful - it…
Data protection has been a hot topic with hotels in recent months. Here CEO and owner of Envirowaste James Rubin describes some of the greener ways hotels can keep their client information safe. While the protection of data is essential to a hotel's relationship with…
A new partnership between Carlson Rezidor and IFC aims to design and build greener hotels and other buildings. Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group has announced a partnership with IFC, a member of the World Bank Group that focuses on private sector development, with the aim of…
A safari lodge in Kenya has found a unique way to put its waste water to good use for the local ecosystem. Way back in the 1980s, Serena Hotels built a lagoon consisting of six chambers at their Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge. The Lodge is…