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Supply Chains – How would you count the cost?

Green Hotelier Talking Point: Supply Chain – what’s the cost? Our Talking Point for February, tying in with Fairtrade Fortnight, takes a look at supply chain issues. Introducing our theme for the month, ITP’s Head of Programmes asks, can you afford not to investigate your supply chain? By Fran Hughes, Head of Programmes, International Tourism Partnership. This month […]

Last chance to voice your thoughts on supply chain issues

This is your last chance to make your thoughts known on supply chain issues for the hospitality industry. The survey hosted by Greenview on behalf of the International Tourism Partnership seeks hoteliers’ views and perspectives on sustainable supply chain management, and it closes at the end of October. Earlier this year, ITP’s working group on […]

Hyatt Regency Minneapolis adopts ‘Proudly Made in America’ for major renovation

Hyatt Regency’s local approach saved time and money, and reduced waste and carbon footprint. When Hyatt Regency Minneapolis approached Stonehill & Taylor to design their two stage renovation, it was due to their reputation for high quality design. But Michael Suomi, principal and VP interior design at Stonehill & Taylor is also the founder of […]

ITP and Greenview call for your participation in global supply chain survey

The International Tourism Partnership and Greenview seek hoteliers’ views and perspectives on sustainable supply chain management. Earlier this year, ITP’s supply chain working group performed a high level risk mapping exercise of the supply chain in order to inform the future direction of the group’s activities. Weighting various criteria of spend, risk, impact and the […]

ITP discuss hotel supply chains at Responsible Tourism Event

On 6th June, Professor Harold Goodwin ran a Responsible Tourism event in London that explored the topic: ‘Tourism, creating local economic benefit and paying for the landscape’. International Tourism Partnership’s (ITP) director Stephen Farrant was delighted to be at the event to provide a perspective from the global hotel sector, alongside destination and sustainable tourism […]

Sustainable cleaning tips for green hotels

P&G Professional talk to Green Hotelier about why sustainable cleaning is as important as other initiatives Sustainability should be approached holistically. Everything you do, whether it’s encouraging guests to re-use towels, using eco-friendly packaging, sourcing food locally, helping out in your local community, or using more efficient lighting can all make a valuable contribution to […]

Responsible Procurement

Responsible procurement (also known as sustainable/green procurement, environmentally preferable purchasing [EPP] or sustainable/responsible purchasing) is a process by which environmental, social and ethical considerations are taken into account when making a purchasing decision.

How Green are your meetings

A survey of international meetings and event buyers published by leading meetings and events exhibition show IMEX in 2009 revealed that 80% of respondents acknowledged taking environmental considerations into account

Greening the supply chain

Over recent years, DoubleTree Hotel Portland has become a standard-bearer for eco-efficiency. An aggressive environmental programme has seen its energy consumption drop by almost a third

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