Myla Tutt from Sojern speaks about the company’s CSR program, its successes, challenges, and advice for others on how and why to start a pro bono activity.
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.
What can the travel industry to support the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals? Is it moving fast enough towards genuine sustainability?
Airbnb, has launched a new platform that will make it easier for people to open their homes to refugees and displaced people
New analysis of global airport wildlife seizure and trafficking data reveals that wildlife traffickers around the world are heavily exploiting the air transport sector to smuggle protected and endangered animals and animal products on commercial flights.
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.
Asia Pacific’s greenest hotels are invited to apply for the HICAP Sustainable Hotel Awards.
The award-winning Belgian hotel chain has developed one of the most far reaching approaches to supply chain management, and engaged staff and guests in its transformative efforts
If significant gains are going to be made in developing sustainable tourism, nations must put in place systems that will contribute to ending tourism as we know it, argues Judy Kepher-Gona. Focus must shift to ethical people engagement.
We need a more gender-balanced industry if we want to reduce poverty, promote sustainable human development, improve the sector’s ethics and protect the environment.
When tourism does not engage with local communities or invests so that all of the profits go off shore, it fuels destruction of wildlife, says CITES head in keynote speech at WTTC Summit
Ecolab, Trucost and Microsoft have collaborated to create the industry’s first publicly available financial modelling tool that enables businesses to factor current and future water risks into decision making.
We speak with the Strategy Lead of the Stop Slavery Hotel Industry Network about its efforts to bring together various stakeholders within the industry to address modern slavery.
Professor Graham Miller, an expert in sustainable tourism, has been appointed as the new chairman of one of the leading organisations in hospitality CSR and sustainability, Considerate Hoteliers.
Thomas Cook has committed to stop selling tickets to some wildlife attractions following an independent review into animal welfare standards.
The report details the impacts and highlights stories about some of the innovative sustainability projects at its Unique Lodges collection, supporting idea that tourism can be a powerful force for good in the world.