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- 1. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Sustainable Tourism - PHIST Interview
What could the World Wide Fund for Nature, or WWF as it is more commonly known, possibly have in common with the hotel industry? In this exclusive interview with Maggie Lee, Market Transformation Manager at WWF Singapore, we ask Maggie about this, and much more.
- 2. Agoda Partners WWF to Plant Trees in Chiang Mai, Thailand
More than 50 Agoda employees, including CEO John Brown, worked with the local Chiang Mai community to kick start the planting of 6,000 trees as part of a CSR initiative in collaboration with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Thailand.
- 3. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Achieves Global CO2 Reduction Target
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has achieved World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Climate Savers Program targets, reducing its operational CO2 emissions by 20% below 2006 levels. WWF’s Climate Savers Program was designed to inspire companies to change their thinking about climate solutions, while also encouraging them to transform themselves into low-carbon leaders.
- 4. Mission Hills Partners World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
Mission Hills has underlined its commitment to environmental protection and sustainable development by confirming that proceeds from the star-studded Mission Hills World Celebrity Pro-Am golf tournament in October will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) for its conservation programmes and efforts to protect endangered species.
- 5. Lights Out for Fairmont Hotels
Lights Out for Fairmont Hotels. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has confirmed its participation in Earth Hour 2009, a global environmental awareness event organized by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
- 6. Study into Producing Renewable Jet Fuels from Sugarcane
Boeing, Embraer and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) are to jointly fund a sustainability analysis of producing renewable jet fuel sourced from Brazilian sugarcane. The study will evaluate environmental and market conditions associated with the use of renewable jet fuel produced by Amyris. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) will serve as an independent reviewer and advisor.
- 7. Greener Future for Costa Cruises
Greener Future for Costa Cruises. Costa Cruises is taking part in the REPCET (Real Time Plotting of Cetaceans) project to help conserve the marine environment and demonstrate its devotion to sustainable tourism. Last month, Costa Pacifica became one of the first cruise ships in the world to take part in the REPCET project, a reporting system promoted by WWF Italy that
- 8. Fairmont Reduces CO2 Emissions by 8.4%
As part of its ongoing climate change strategy, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts says it has cut its CO2 output by 8.4%. As a member of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Climate Savers program, Fairmont has pledged to reduce its operational CO2 emissions by 20% below 2006 levels by 2013, and was one of the world's first luxury hotel groups to commit to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions (G
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