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New Online Tool For Hotel Energy And Carbon Footprints

Category: Hotels, Posted:15 Feb 2016 | 09:37 am

The Hotel Footprinting Tool is a free online tool which enables users to search the range of carbon and energy footprints for hotels worldwide, and create reports of the carbon footprints hotel stays and meetings.

For the first time, hotels can benchmark their energy usage and carbon emissions among others within their region and segment, and customers can calculate their carbon footprints with accurate data. Developed by Greenview  and the International Tourism Partnership, the tool is based on industrywide data sets that are updated annually.

The Hotel Footprinting Tool is ideal for;

  • Hotels wishing to benchmark their performance
  • Individuals and business travelers interested in calculating their travel emissions
  • Travel planners and corporate responsibility managers who want to report on or offset their business travel emissions

Version 2.0 is expected for release in the summer of 2016 and will include more data and metrics. To use the tool CLICK. If you have any questions or feedback, please email [email protected].

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