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.
The report marks the end of Rezidor’s five year Think Planet campaign to reduce 25% of the company’s energy consumption which it achieved.
A company risks being guilty of offences including slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory labour and human trafficking if it knows, or ought to know, that they are occurring in its business or supply chain. Tourism companies need to be aware….
For sustainable tourism to be a success, it needs to ensure the widest diversity of voices are heard – especially at the largest travel show in the world
The sustainability consultancy has launched an online portal to make tracking, analysing and benchmarking key sustainability data easy and affordable
The InterContinental Hotel Group has released its 2016 corporate social responsibility report and is aligning its actions with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
G Adventures announces foundation of Travel Better, a new online certification, and launches three new social projects in Austria, Canada and Bolivia.
Dashboard will enable sustainability indicators to be measured and tracked in a consistent and transparent manner so areas for improvement can be identified and achievements celebrated
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”.
James Sutherland, Friends International’s international communications co-ordinator, speaks with Jeremy Smith about the growth of the ChildSafe Movement and its efforts to engage the tourism industry to help protect children.
We spoke with Booking.com’s Wendy van Leeuwen, Program Manager for Booster, about why Booking.com has launched an accelerator programme for sustainable tourism startups, and what teams have the best chance to win
Mario Hardy, CEO of PATA, speaks about the organisation’s commitment to sustainable tourism and what Asia needs to take sustainability to the next level.
We speak to the co-founder of award winners Loola Resorts about his approach to running incredibly successful beach tourism holidays where groups of adults and children not only get to play at the beach, they get involved in deeply engaging community outreach programmes too.
To mark the start of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism, the German National Tourist Board (GNTB) is offering a new online service.