Beyond Green reinforces its commitment to sustainability

Beyond Green has announced the launch of its first Global Impact Report, which highlights its highly responsible philosophy by publishing its members’ impacts on ESG (environmental, social and governance) initiatives globally. The report uses data from a survey of Beyond Green hotels to “demonstrate the power of sustainable tourism to protect the environment, celebrate cultural heritage, improve the lives of local communities, and act as a driver in the future of travel.”

“I am thrilled to share Beyond Green’s first Global Impact Report with you. The findings highlight the amazing work our members are doing across the three core pillars of sustainable tourism: nature, community and culture, demonstrating how important this topic is and why we are so committed to this philosophy that we are so passionate about.” “Together we can make travel a positive force, and leave a legacy for future generations,” he explains. Lindsay Ueberroth, CEO of Preferred Travel Group.

More than 90% of Beyond Green members have a sustainability manager Dedicated (or equivalent position or team) leads the on-site development and implementation of member sustainability programs.

next to, 100% of Beyond Green members have eliminated single-use plastic water bottles from their operations. Additional efforts to reduce and eliminate single-use plastics include the use of biodegradable packaging and the use of more sustainable materials throughout the hotel’s operations, such as reusable room keys made of wood or bamboo.

Lindsey Ueberroth: “I am thrilled to share Beyond Green’s first global impact report. The findings highlight the amazing work our members are doing across the three core pillars of sustainable tourism: nature, community and culture, demonstrating how important this issue is and why we are so committed to this philosophy that we Very excited about it.

For their part, approximately 70% of Beyond Green members use renewable energy sources such as solar panels, wind turbines and other sources such as biomass derived from certified wood pellets.

Brando excels at using renewable energy, using everything from renewable solar fields to an innovative seawater air conditioning (SWAC) system. It takes advantage of cold water coming from the depths to cool spaces naturally without emitting harmful hydrofluorocarbons.

Beyond Green members actively contribute to the protection of more than 24 animal species and one plant species registered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List or the Endangered Species List in the USA.

On an equal footing, Members actively support local communities by hiring locallyPartnering with area businesses, artists and craftsmen and contributing to small business projects, education, health and other community development priorities.

“Beyond Green members demonstrate what is possible when maximum hospitality and sustainable solutions converge, making a positive impact on nature, culture and local communities. In this new kind of travel, exceptional guest accommodations are connected to the protection of our planet and the well-being of its people, and they also inspire by working to Others are joining this essential journey.” Nina Boyes, Vice President of Sustainability at Beyond Green Travel.

All statistics used in the report are based on quantitative and qualitative data drawn from a comprehensive 67-question digital sustainability survey of Beyond Green member hotels. Their answers reflect their efforts and impact between January 2021 and December 2022. 26 Beyond Green members completed the entire survey, and the report was co-written and developed by Beyond Green Travel.

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