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1. Travelport GDS in Global Partnership with The Hotel Carbon Index
Travelport GDS in Global Partnership with The Hotel Carbon Index. Travelport GDS has signed a global marketing alliance with The Hotel Carbon Index Company, creator of CarePar, a system for measuring carbon emissions within the hotel and lodging industry. As part of the agreement, Travelport will include CarePar hotel carbon emission data in Travelport GDS products, including Trave
2. Hilton Launches Carbon Offset Program in Southeast Asia
Hilton has launched a carbon offset program for events and meetings held at select properties across Southeast Asia. At no additional cost to customers, Hilton Worldwide will measure carbon generated by all events at 11 of its properties in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, and purchase carbon credits to offset their environmental impact. The carbon credits will be used to fund ren
3. Singapore Airlines Group Launches Voluntary Carbon Offset Programme
Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group has launched a voluntary carbon offset programme, which will enable customers of its passenger and cargo airlines to offset their own carbon emissions via dedicated microsites. Customers of Singapore Airlines and Scoot can now offset carbon emissions at any time before or after a flight. SIA and Scoot will also match the offsets that customers purchas
4. Qatar Airways Passengers Can Now Choose Whether to Offset Their Carbon Emissions
Qatar Airways passengers now have the option to voluntarily offset the carbon emissions associated with their journey at the point of booking. Qatar Airways initiative is built on a partnership with IATAs Carbon Offset Programme, providing customers with the assurance that the credits bought to offset these emissions are from projects delivering independently verified carbon red
5. Two Hotels in Indonesia Join Hiltons Carbon Offset Program
Hilton has expanded its Carbon Offset Program in Southeast Asia with the inclusion of Conrad Bali and Hilton Bandung in Indonesia. The the two hotels join 11 existing properties in Southeast Asia already offsetting carbon emissions from events and meetings. Since its introduction on 1 October 2012, the Hilton Worldwide Carbon Offset Program in Southeast Asia has successfully offset
6. Hyderabads Rajiv Gandhi Int. Airport Receives Carbon Accreditation
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA), Hyderabad, has received Airport Carbon Accreditation at Level 2 Reduction for its efforts in managing and reducing carbon emissions. The Airport Carbon Accreditation certification was presented to RGIA on 8 November during the 8th ACI Asia-Pacific Small Airports Seminar organized by ACI Asia-Pacific and hosted by GMR Hyderabad Internati
7. TAP launches IATAs Carbon Offset Program
TAP launches IATAs Carbon Offset Program. TAP is the launch airline for the IATA-administered and ready-made tool that enables airlines to offer their passengers the ability to compensate for their carbon emissions with contributions towards carbon reduction projects in developing countries.
8. Pacific Blue launches New Zealand Carbon Offset Program
Pacific Blue launches New Zealand Carbon Offset Program. New Zealand airline Pacific Blue today officially launched its carbon offset program as part of an integrated strategy to address greenhouse gas emissions. All monies collected from the scheme will go towards Government approved New Zealand projects to reduce carbon emissions. The airline is part of the Virgin Blue Airlines G

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