Category: Research and studies

76% of surveyed hotels report staffing shortages

More than three-quarters of surveyed hotels are experiencing a staffing shortage, and hotels are increasing pay, benefits, and perks to recruit and retain employees, according to a May survey of hoteliers conducted by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA).

Survey: consumers want to go green, but costs and quality remain obstacles

Despite a widespread desire to incorporate reusable items into their daily routines, many are held back by cost and quality concerns.

New UN Tourism report integrates biodiversity in national tourism policies

While 95% of national tourism policies acknowledge nature as a primary asset for tourism, actual detailed plans for sustainable management practices are often lacking, a new report from UN Tourism reveals.

NRA report outlines six ways to source food and supplies sustainably

Taking a little extra time to vet your supplies and talk over options with your suppliers can help you build your sustainability story.

Hotel rewards programs go greener across brands

iSeatz, a leading provider of travel loyalty technology, has released its 5th annual State of Loyalty: Hospitality Rewards Report. What the analyzed hotels all have in common this year is that they are expanding the opportunities available to their loyalty members.

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Locals in Málaga protest tourism amid rising rents and gentrification

Marching under the slogan ‘Málaga for living, not surviving’, last weekend 15,000 people took to the streets to demand affordable housing and protest mass-tourism in the Costa del Sol city.