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Hub by Premier Inn claims UK first
Talking Point: Why be a responsible destination?
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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.
Creating secure education, training and employment opportunities for women and girls in the travel and tourism industry | Article, Press Releases, Reports, Interview about the Travel industry | WTM London: Kathrine Ohm, Carlson Rezidor
Starwood Hotels & Resorts has announced its progress to date on its 30/20 by 20 environmental goals. The global hotel company says it has reduced energy use by 12.08%, carbon emissions by 16.07% and water use by 17.26% across all its owned, managed and franchised…
Green Hotelier interviews Hemma Varma, Senior Manager of Social Responsibility Europe for Marriott International. Hemma has been part of Marriott’s global corporate social responsibility team since 2005. She began her 19-year career with Marriott at the Vienna Marriott Hotel, London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square and…
W Hotels Worldwide, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., announced a new partnership with will.i.am and The Coca-Cola Company to bring the EKOCYCLE™ brand to W Hotel rooms around the world. The sustainability Initiative launched in New York City and will roll out…
Arnfinn Oines, Corporate Conscience for Soneva Resorts, talks to us about what he sees as some of the main sustainability challenges in Southeast Asia. What do you do when there are no proper municipal waste facilities or public water available? For Soneva, this was the reality…
Many of the world’s leading hotel companies are working together to standardise the way the industry measures and reports on water consumption. Building on the success of the Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative, now used by over 21,500 hotels around the world, the International Tourism Partnership…