Coral Sea Hotels

Coral Sea Hotels Head Office, @345 Building, Level 1, Stanley Esplanade, Downtown, PO Box 1215, Port Moresby, NCD
+675 327 8255
About Coral Sea Hotels

Coral Sea Hotels is proud to be on the the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance’s journey to net positive hospitality. Our approach to sustainability is guided by five pillars: Climate, Waste, Water, People, and Community. We aim to:

– Reduce our carbon footprint and develop a pathway to net-zero emissions by 2050. Take adequate steps to build our resilience to climate change.

– Reduce the volume of waste generated in our operations, divert waste from landfill, and identify opportunities for circular waste management.

– Use water responsibly and sustainably and protect our watersheds. Be a good steward of the natural resources under our influence.

– Safeguard the health and safety of our employees, causing zero harm. Provide a fair, safe, and equitable workplace. Empower women and encourage their inclusion at all levels of the workforce.

– Bring value to the communities in which we operate and respect their culture and heritage.

As we strive for continuous improvement of environmental and social performance, it is also our policy to monitor our performance and report regularly.

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Sustainable Development Policy

Discover our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint, minimising waste, using water responsibly, being a good steward of the natural resources and biodiversity, favouring suppliers and contractors who meet or exceed our sustainability standards, safeguarding the health and safety of our employees, providing and maintaining safe places of work and equipment, treating all employees fairly and with respect, empowering women in the workplace, bringing value to the community, and encouraging our staff to engage actively in sustainable development matters.

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2022 Sustainability report

Steamships’ ambition is to be a responsible private sector partner for sustainable development (SD) within Papua New Guinea.

In September 2022, the Steamships Board approved the adoption of a five pillar approach to our sustainability strategy with the focus areas as People, Communities, Climate, Waste, and Water.

Steamships’ commitment to the principles of Sustainable Development is essential to delivering value and social impact to Papua New Guinea.

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Community Grants Programme

For over 100 years Steamships Trading Company has invested and partnered with the people of Papua New Guinea.

The Steamships Community Grants Program supports Papua New Guinean registered (IPA) charities and NGOs that provide development and community advancement in Health, education, social welfare, and social enterprise.

Steamships community investment and partnership dates as far back as 1941 when the company constructed a two-storey building school for the Sisters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart in Port Moresby.