The European Travel Commission (ETC) is launching its Climate Action Plan. To address the urgency of climate action, the plan commits to halve emissions generated by ETC’s operations by 2030, as well as to support engagement in climate action among its member National Tourism Organisations (NTOs) and lead the way for tourism stakeholders in Europe.
Four trends for now and four for later
You need to know what to do in 2022 that will help with the top and bottom lines for the calendar year, as well as set you up for future success as guest demands evolve.
Energy Observer: innovating to make renewables a reality for everyone
Energy Observer is the world’s first self-sufficient, hydrogen-powered, zero-emission sea vessel. For several years, it has been crisscrossing the oceans to develop sustainable solutions and raise awareness of ecological transition issues.
Tourism stakeholders invited to share progress on climae action
UNWTO is inviting public and private stakeholders from around the world to take part in a Global Survey of Climate Action in Tourism.
Climate change, COVID-19, and hospitality
How hotels can bounce back with green technologies.
NH Hotel to cut carbon emissions 20% By 2030
The Company is the first Spanish hotel chain to set an emission reduction target validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi)
Meliá to combat global warming
The hotel company is leading the fight against climate change in the Spanish tourism industry and will help publicise and promote actions to comply with the Paris Agreement. @MeliaHotelsInt
A call for the hotel industry to take part in climate action
With one of the largest growth trajectories among industries, hoteliers have a clear vision of their contribution to GDP in the years to come, but have not defined their role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Now is the time to do so.
Paris Climate Accord Adoption an Historic Step for Tourism
Tourism leaders applaud the Paris Climate Accord Agreement and want to have a say in its implementation.