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Premier Inn sets sustainable fish record

Premier Inn sets sustainable fish record

Premier Inn has become the world’s largest Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified national hotel chain. All Premier Inn restaurant brands, including Beefeater, Brewer’s Fayre and Table Table, …

Top Ten Know How Guides on Green Hotelier

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 …

Talking Point: How to get a green night’s sleep

In today’s Talking Point blog, Liz Wilks from APP explores why offering sustainable products is so vital to…

New toolkit helps hotels tackle modern slavery

A new guide that helps hotels reduce the risk of modern slavery taking place on their properties has…

Hotels act on World Oceans Day

Hotels are showcasing their sustainable fish policies to highlight positive actions on World Oceans Day. Relais & Châteaux…

Relais & Châteaux champion bee protection

Relais & Châteaux champion bee protection

Relais & Châteaux are working with properties around the world to support the global bee population. The association of 540 hotels and restaurants believes that the protection of biodiversity is a major priority. They say bees are…

Starwood launches pocket seafood guide to help protect oceans

Starwood launches pocket seafood guide to help protect oceans

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide has announced the launch of new Sustainable Seafood Pocket Guides and Posters to help its associates select from a wide variety of seafood that protects their local communities and the environment. With…

Talking Point: Putting the green in your linen supply chain

Talking Point: Putting the green in your linen supply chain

Paul Swift from Berendsen explains why hotel suppliers need to consider and act on their own environmental footprints. Although it’s been a focus of the industry for some time now, environmental responsibility continues to gain momentum thanks…

Green supplier relationships make commercial sense

Green supplier relationships make commercial sense

Recently supplier relationships have become headline news, but not always for the best reasons. However, the increased focus on what good procurement can deliver could mean positive change for hotels, their suppliers and society as a whole,…

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