The Sustainable Hospitality Alliance has launched the Pathway to Net Positive Hospitality for the Planet to enable every hotel to work towards net positive environmental impacts, whatever their starting point.
Sustainable Hospitality Alliance announced today that it has become a signatory of the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism.
The Sustainable Hospitality Alliance is developing the Pathway to Net Positive Hospitality for the planet to support every hotel whatever their starting point on their sustainability journey.
Earth Overshoot Day is a reminder that our approach to resources is unsustainable. Find out how we can work towards a prosperous and sustainable future.
The Sustainable Hospitality Alliance has become a signatory of the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative as a supporting organisation, led by the United Nations Environment Programme and World Tourism Organization, in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
This factsheet explores the benefits of hotel sustainability certification and gives an overview of the different types with advice on how to get started.
Each year 32% of all plastic packaging ends up in our oceans. Find out how hotels can reduce their impact by removing single-use plastics.
This factsheet explores the issues of single-use plastics and provides recommendations for hotels on how to reduce their use.
Hospitality relies heavily on the natural world. On the International Day for Biological Diversity, find out how hotels can help reduce top threats to biodiversity.
As tourism begins to recover, there is both an opportunity and an imperative to focus on water conservation in a time of increased hygiene protocols.
An instructive webinar to guide hotels and other users on how to use our water measurement tool, HWMI.
This report provides guidance and practical actions on managing a hotel’s water use and embedding water stewardship programmes across their portfolios.
This report assesses the possible impacts the industry could suffer due to shifts in the availability of quality water sources, and provides recommendations for the hotel industry.
This research provides key data on local water conditions and risks in key hotel development areas, and how this will impact water prices.
The Hotel Water Measurement Initiative (HWMI) is a methodology and tool to enable hotels measure and report on water use in a consistent way.
On World Water Day a report from the International Tourism Partnership (ITP) reveals the six simple steps the hotel sector must take in order to protect this vital resource and become responsible stewards of water for future generations.
For World Water Day ITP is releasing its report Water Stewardship Report detailing the six simple steps for hotels and hotel groups to take in order to embed water stewardship throughout their portfolios.
International Tourism Partnership (ITP) is announcing ambitious plans to standardise water measurement with the Hotel Water Measurement Initiative.