Can you measure the carbon footprint of your hotel? Free Webinars!

Measuring carbon output

Measuring carbon output in hotels

If you were asked to provide the carbon footprint of a business meeting for a corporate client, would you know how to do it?

Over 17,000 hotels around the world have adopted the Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative (HCMI) methodology that allows them to calculate and communicate the carbon footprint of hotel stays and meetings in a consistent and transparent way.

But often hoteliers and those in the leisure and hospitality industry are unsure of how to begin measuring their own carbon footprint.

The Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative is a free methodology and calculation tool. Now the International Tourism Partnership is hosting free webinars to help you use the HCMI to measure the carbon footprint at your hotel so you can report it to interested parties and stakeholders.

Join our free webinar where we will be explaining, step-by-step, how to use HCMI to calculate the carbon footprint of a hotel stay or meeting in order to;

  • Provide carbon footprint information your customers are increasingly requesting
  • Understand your environmental impacts and start to reduce these, as well as your costs
  • Enhance your reporting
  • Demonstrate your commitment to good environmental management

The presentation also introduces the background to the development of the HCMI and explains why it is increasingly important for hotels to know their carbon footprint.

If you have not used HCMI so far, this is the perfect opportunity to learn more. With over 17,000 hotels globally using HCMI, you'll be in good company. The trend for greater transparency in carbon reporting is growing – don’t be the hotel who can’t report!

There are two dates for the webinars. Click on your preferred choice to register:

Thursday 8th May 9am-10am BST
Tuesday 20th May 5pm-6pm BST


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