Staying competitive as a destination in the age of climate change

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Published on 17/06/24 - Updated on 17/06/24

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In an era where climate change is increasingly affecting the global environment, the hospitality industry faces the urgent need to adapt and remain competitive.

Reducing the carbon footprint of hotels has become essential, not just for environmental responsibility but also for maintaining brand reputation, achieving cost savings, ensuring regulatory compliance, boosting employee engagement, and preparing for future environmental changes. By embracing...

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