Home » Search results for ITP
Hotel sector unites under ITP to tackle forced labour

Hotel sector unites under ITP to tackle forced labour

ITP‘s Principles on Forced Labour The world’s leading hotel groups are standing together to tackle the issue of forced labour. The industry came together with ITP – the International Tourism Partnership – to launch ITP’s Principles on Forced Labour at an event in Singapore. The Principles represent a big first step for ITP helping its members reach their Goal for 2030 on Human Rights. ITP’s Principles are supported by the organisation’s…

International Tourism Partnership turns 20!

…rum, a not-for-profit registered in the UK and US, and with offices in China, India and Russia. 20 years on, this is a good moment to reflect on what has been achieved up to now, and what still remains to be done. 1. What is ITP? ITP is a unique industry partnership, whose role is to act as the voice for environmental and social responsibility in the global hospitality industry. The hospitality businesses that established ITP recognised that…

Hilton commits to double investment in people and planet

…n carbon footprint reduction, making them the second member company of the International Tourism Partnership to meet the ITP Goal on carbon. Hilton’s commitments on water, human rights and youth employment also contribute to ITP’s Goals and follow ITP’s call to action for the hotel industry to align their sustainability work with the United Nations SDGs or Global Goals. The announcement today is part of Hilton’s Travel with Purpose campaign. As…

World’s Greenest Hotels Inspired by the Global Goals

…els are encouraging guests to behave more sustainably during their stay via a range of innovative programmes that focus on learning and having fun. Awards judge and Programme Manager of the International Tourism Partnership (ITP), Nicolas Perin said, “The hotels we’re announcing today really exemplify best practice in sustainable and responsible business behaviour. ITP’s Goals focus on the four critical issues that will impact hotels’ bottom…

Global hotel industry unites behind commitment for 2030

…two addressing environmental issues (climate and water), and two supporting the people who work in the hotel industry and its supply chain. This even balance between planet and people reflects the passions and dedication of ITP members to make a real and lasting difference to a broad range of issues against which commitments can be agreed. “ITP believes that the hotel industry can be a force for good and make a positive contribution to the…

The International Tourism Partnership welcomes Wolfgang M. Neumann as their new Chairman

…s and human trafficking. Green Hotelier recently spoke with Wolfgang to find out more about what this new position means for him: What are you looking forward to about being chairman of the International Tourism Partnership (ITP)? ITP is a unique platform – bringing the leading players of one of the world’s biggest industries together. We are competitors, but at the same time all agree that sustainability is an overriding business issue that we…

Fran Hughes appointed Director of ITP

…irector of the International Tourism Partnership ITP (the International Tourism Partnership) is delighted to announce that, following an extensive search and interview process (including with Wolfgang M. Neumann, Chairman of ITP’s Governing Council), Fran Hughes has been appointed ITP Director, with effect from 1st October 2015. Confirming the appointment, Business in the Community’s Director of Environment and Market Solutions Stephen Farrant…

Hotels can be water stewards with six simple steps

…ses actual data from key hotel markets for stakeholders including hotel owners and developers, as well as destination managers, to contemplate the full risk of aggregate hotel development to their own bottom line. Announcing ITP’s Water Stewardship Report, Nicolas Perin, ITP’s  Programme Manager said, “Without water hotels simply cannot operate, therefore it is in the companies’ own interests to embed water stewardship throughout their…

Hotels climate change commitment means 90% reduction in carbon

…COP23 climate discussions, reveals the true extent of change required by the sector if it is to play its part in keeping global warming below the 2 degrees Celsius target made in the Paris Climate Agreement. Commissioned by ITP as part of its work on the ITP Goals and Vision for 2030, the report by Greenview says the sector needs to aim for a 66% reduction in carbon by 2030 against a 2010 baseline, and a 90% reduction by 2050. It calls for…

Page 1 of 26123Next ›Last »