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Booking.com Celebrates One Year of Travel Sustainable with New Product Features for Accommodations, Rental Cars and Flights

Booking.com announced an array of new product features in celebration of the one year anniversary of its Travel Sustainable program, introduced in 2021.

What does the future hold for short-term rentals in European Cities?

A comprehensive review of how short term rentals have evolved in Europe over the past seven years was carried out by Toposophy for HORTEC.

Iberostar to be carbon neutral by 2030

Iberostar has pledged to eliminate its carbon emissions by 2030 – 20 years before the global goal set by the industry.

Airbnb’s Flexible Search boosts sustainable travel in Europe

New report with early data shows ‘flexible search’ diverting bookings from Europe’s most over-touristed destinations and peak travel dates.

Sustainable hospitality in practice – interview with Apollonia Karampatsou

About key sustainability initiatives of the Mitsis Hotels Group, the largest privately owned hotel company in Greece

Overtourism and the Sustainable Future of Hospitality in Greece

So-called “overtourism” in Greece and Cyprus has less to do with the destination’s desirability than with infrastructure and accessibility.

Sustainable Hospitality Alliance has updated its renowned Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative

The Sustainable Hospitality Alliance has updated its renowned Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative (HCMI) and is calling on the hospitality industry, including corporate clients and booking platforms, to use common measurement metrics to ensure a transparent and globally comparable approach to carbon, water and waste reporting.

To Airbnb or not to Airbnb: is it ethical to rent property to holidaymakers during a housing crisis?

It’s a question individual owners in Australia are asking themselves – but one that may be better directed to governments and corporates

Harri Relaunches Hospitality Unite To Support Ukrainian refugees

Hospitality Unite is free-to-use platform designed to provide Ukrainian refugees with job opportunities throughout Europe

Israel’s transformative desert retreat

Set deep in the heart of the Negev desert in southern Israel, a small community is inviting travellers to connect with nature and learn to live a little more consciously.

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