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Talking Point: Hotels can help people reconnect with food

Talking Point: Hotels can help people reconnect with food

People need to reconnect with their food and hotels can play a part via sustainable purchasing according to Professor Chris Elliott, professor of food safety and founder of the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast. When thinking about sustainable purchasing for food, I would urge hoteliers to consider these three questions: Does […]

UK hotels set for energy conference

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 Vilnis Vesma in consultation with a panel from the hotel […]

MGM works to combat human trafficking

MGM China has been working to combat human trafficking. MGM has provided detailed training on the issue to all senior management, provided by the Human Trafficking Deterrent Measures Concern Committee, to understand the important initiatives underway in the Macau community to drive prevention and awareness. Additionally, as frontline employees of any potential case, all security […]

Radisson Blu Frankfurt trials low carbon energy tech

The Radisson Blu Frankfurt is becoming a low carbon hotel that will generate its own energy. In partnership with the energy company E.ON, the hotel is setting new standards for sustainability in the industry via a recently installed fuel cell. The fuel cell offers a huge advantage over conventional power generation systems as they generate […]

Wyndham reveals responsible business successes in CSR report

Wyndham Worldwide launched the 2015-2016 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report in January, detailing progress in their philanthropy, environmental sustainability, human rights and ethics, diversity and inclusion, and associate wellness programmes. The company works with the International Tourism Partnership, collaborating with the other thirteen member global hotel groups to drive sustainable action in the industry. Within […]

Top Ten Know How Guides on Green Hotelier

  Our most popular pages on Green Hotelier continue to be our free resources. As part of the International Tourism Partnership, a charitable membership organisation working with leading hotel groups for increased sustainability in the industry, it’s part of our remit to help all hoteliers around the world improve their social and environmental programmes as […]

Talking Point: Protect guests’ personal information and stay green

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 its guests and employees, hotels must carefully monitor how they […]

Talking Point: How hotels can help encourage ecotourism

In this Talking Point blog, Andy Jefferies founder of Wild Days describes how hotels can attract guests with a desire for experiences and to make a positive impact, whilst also helping their local ecosystem. In the Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, hotels are increasingly aware of guests seeking holidays that offer them interesting experiences […]

Native Hotels is Tourism for Tomorrow finalist

A group which promotes hotels which are accessible to people with disabilities is one of the finalists of the 2017 WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Awards. Set up by two journalists and with a network operating around the Mediterranean, Native Hotels promote accessible tourism, paying particular attention to ensuring accessible communication. Guests have access to vibrating […]

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