Jochen Zeitz from Segera, NatGeo World Legacy Awards finalist in Destination Leadership, talks about achieving a lasting impact on nature and communities.
The InterContinental Hotel Group has released its 2016 corporate social responsibility report and is aligning its actions with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
With the City of Cape Town’s level 3B water restrictions coming into force, FEDHASA, the Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa has called on its members to optimise water resource management across the industry.
Paths of Greece, a Social Cooperative Entreprise, in cooperation with Green Evolution, an environmental consultancy, is launching a new ecolabel titled “Hikers’ Friendly”. The ecolabel is initially offered to accommodation facilities in Greece that wish to be recognised as “Hikers’ Friendly Hotels”.
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.
The Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (FEDHASA) has called on its members to optimise water resource management, with the City of Cape Town currently under level 3B water restrictions.
The UN housing agency and Kenya have signed a deal to promote environmentally sustainable tourism in the east African country. UN Human Settlement Program Chief of the Urban Energy Unit Dr Vincent Kitio told a media briefing in Nairobi that under the agreement, the UN body will offer technical advice.
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.
New EU ecolabel for tourism aims to simplify process and increase reach
A new guide that helps hotels reduce the risk of modern slavery taking place on their properties has been launched by the University of West London.
The Stop Slavery Hotel Industry Network aims to help hotels address risks in their facilities, employment practices and supply chains.
Green Lodging Trends Report 2016 finds more hotels are acting sustainably, but most of them are failing to communicate their actions with travellers
Barcelona city council will fine Airbnb and HomeAway £509,000 each for offering illegal accommodation, as it steps up its campaign against tourism saturation.
Booking.com shared 8 travel predictions for 2017 inspired by data, traveller endorsements, reviews and innovation trends in e-commerce travel technology.
Homesharing site says it will help rural women develop sustainable tourism initiatives and connect them to its global network
Tony Carne, General Manager at Urban Adventures, shares his thoughts on the recently launched “Trips” by Airbnb and challenges their innovative aspect.
Partnership sees Fair Trade Tourism recognising Ecotourism Kenya’s Gold eco-certified camps, lodges and hotels which can now be incorporated by approved tour operators into Fair Trade Holidays.
Spanish hotel workers tell of permanent job insecurity, high rate of illness and injury and declining wages stemming from massive outsourcing.