The hospitality industry is undergoing a transformative era, with new concepts emerging to redefine the guest experience. We consider five key trends.
News, features and articles written by the IHS team and our knowledgeable contributors on the topic of the Environment, specifically in the hospitality sector.
As consumer awareness grows, the hospitality industry is rising to the challenge of offering more sustainable food choices. We look at solutions that satisfy customers while reducing environmental impacts, paving the way for healthier communities and the planet.
The 2023 RCI Green Awards program winners recognizing resorts committed to environmentally sustainable resort operations practices have been announced.
This article highlights effective waste management methods in the hospitality industry and emphasizes the importance of implementing these practices.
Manchester Mills is a model example of a company dedicated to environmental sustainability and social responsibility. We look at their commitment to reducing waste, conserving resources, and minimizing their carbon footprint while operating in a profitable and environmentally responsible way.
Major hospitality companies unite around the AHLA’s sustainability priorities in core areas of energy, water, waste and sourcing.
We look at greenwashing in the hospitality sector, where hotels and resorts often convey unsubstantiated and misleading claims about their eco-friendliness and sustainability practices.
The United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) has published a comic book featuring Sustainable Suzie, a responsible travel champion who fights the good fight for a more sustainable future for international travel.
A new Sustainable Travel Coalition, to unite the travel, transportation, and technology sectors in creating and pushing solutions to allow a more sustainable future for the U.S. travel industry, has been officially unveiled by the U.S. Travel Association.
IHG has announced a global partnership with Unilever to replace bathroom miniatures with bulk amenities in over 4,000 hotels worldwide.