Take a Green Step contains best practices, case-studies, tools and several tips to help restaurants and hotels become more sustainable.
Human Rights at Sea has announced its close involvement in the Steering Group for the development of the Publicly Available Specification 1550:2017 which concerns a new voluntary Code of Practice for due diligence and fair working practices in the fisheries sector.
Shinta Mani Hotels in Siem Reap have recently introduced a programme to train and employ local blind massage therapists to work in the hotels’ Spa, so they can earn a living and support themselves and their families.
Patricia Dwyer is Founder and Director of The Purpose Business. Previously she worked as Global head of CSR & Sustainability for Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts. Patricia is a very successful businesswoman and one of the most inspiring people I’ve met. She tells her story of professional growth from being an intern at a real estate […]
The hotel now offers guests use of six custom-built unique bamboo bicycles, built from scratch by hotel staff under the expert guidance and tuition of the team at Bamboo Bicycle Club.
UK hotel group Shiva Hotels is looking to take human trafficking and modern slavery head on, launching an industry-first anti-slavery program, which it began rolling out across its hotels last week.
NH Hotels is the latest global hotel group to align its CSR reporting and activities with the United Nations’ SDGs revealing details of the group’s commitments to responsible business in their annual report.
In June Astana, Kazakhstan hosted the UNWTO’s World Conference on Tourism and Future Energy: Unlocking Low-Carbon Growth Opportunities. Holly Tuppen was there from BoutEco to learn more.
Shiva Hotels is launching industry-leading measures to tackle modern slavery and raise awareness of the issue across its portfolio of hotels. The launch coincides with World Day Against Trafficking in Persons on 30 July.
The 2nd part of the interview with Eric Ricaurte, Founder of Greenview, about the role of data and benchmarking in mainstreaming sustainability in the hospitality sector.
The World Bank Group and Airbnb signed a Memorandum of Understanding, validating their combined efforts to boost the tourism industries of developing economies, at the Tourism Knowledge Exchange 2017.
Rhodes’ Melenos Lindos Exclusive Suites became the first hotel in the world to be awarded the GSTC certificate reviewing the hotel’s practices including environmental impact, working environment, and respect for local cultural heritage.
Airbnb, has launched a new platform that will make it easier for people to open their homes to refugees and displaced people
Five finalists show wide variety of ways of integrating sustainability into future hotel design
The first part of the interview with Eric Ricaurte, Founder of Greenview, about the role of data and benchmarking in mainstreaming sustainability in the hospitality sector.
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan has teamed up with local farmers to save Bali’s bees and produce its own honey for use in the resort’s restaurants, cocktails, cooking classes and spa treatments.
From game lodges to airport hotels, Soouth Africa has many accommodation providers who have implemented sustainable tourism practices in their business operations.
A luxury Scottish hostel is demonstrating that being green isn’t just helping the environment, it also derives a range of business benefits from its eco-friendly measures.