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A new report from the International Tourism Partnership (ITP) reveals that the hotel sector must reduce its carbon footprint by 90% by 2050, in order to play its part in keeping global warming below 2 degrees Celsius.
A new report from the International Tourism Partnership (ITP) reveals that the hotel sector must reduce its carbon footprint by 90% by 2050 to play its part in keeping global warming below 2 degrees Celsius.
The International Tourism Partnership (ITP) has launched a set of goals to be aligned with the UN's SDGs, which will help to create a more sustainable future for the hotel industry.
The Hotel Water Measurement Initiative, a major step forward in the hotel industry's stewardship of water, launches today at the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI).
A free tool allowing hotels to benchmark their performance on carbon emissions against the local average. Companies can also use it to track the carbon footprint of business travel.
Four hotels from four global regions, were named on Earth Day (22 April) as the winners of the Green Hotelier Awards 2016 for their outstanding commitment to sustainability.
Business in the Community’s the Youth Career Initiative (YCI) has won the People category at the World Travel & Tourism Council's (WTTC) Tourism 4 Tomorrow Awards in Dallas, Texas.