"The ITP Hotel Global Decarbonisation report shows the sector needs to reduce their absolute carbon emissions by 66% by 2030 and by 90% by 2050 (against a 2010 baseline) to fully play their part in mitigating global warming“
Whether a new-build, renovation or asset acquisition, the importance of strategic planning and proper feasibility study cannot be overstated. Our specialist team brings experience to deliver value and to open opportunities. We support international hotel developers and operators in their expansion strategies.
We provide buildings that are distinctive, sustainable and truly understand the users needs. With this kind of impact we find it our duty and pleasure to be at the forefront of the sustainable building movement.
Our Sustainability Dialogue Tool uses the World Green Building Council’s Advocacy Manifesto as a framework to identify relevant priority areas for the global real estate industry to meet the UN Sustainable Goals and the vision for a climate-neutrality.
We see certification schemes as holistic design platforms, shedding light on the interconnectivity between one design challenge to another and linking these to overall targets and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Hotels and resorts have a double function: both as a comfortable place to stay when away from home, but also as landmarks that in themselves attract tourists and visitors.
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