Tourism is often singled out for its impact on the environment, accounting for around 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions. While the majority of these emissions are due to travel, the hotel industry also has a role to play in the sector's sustainable transition. Aware of the efforts that need to be made, the players in the hospitality industry are mobilising day after day to protect the planet, but also to contribute to the local economy. Incorporating all aspects of sustainable development into their CSR policies, hoteliers are more determined than ever to build a responsible hotel industry.
To (re)read the first part of this analysis, click here. Protecting the environment at all costs Like the airline industry, the hotel sector is increasingly offering its customers the chance to offset the carbon footprint of their stays. It's a quick and easy way to offset the environmental...
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