Abdulla Radaideh, Chief Engineer and driving force behind sustainability at Aqaba InterContinental Resort in Jordan, shares his thoughts on hotels, tourism and sustainability.
Greece has received a lot of media attention over the last year. With the spotlight falling on the country’s political leaders and economic woes, it is easy to forget the people who are working hard to strengthen the sustainability of tourism in Greece, which has for a long time been and is likely to continue to be one of Europe’s most sought-after holiday destinations. Meet Eleni Andreadis, Director of Sustainability at Sani Resort in Greece – part of our special interview series with sustainable tourism change makers nominated by Green Key International.
In this interview Eddie Ramirez, owner of Casa Sol B&B in San Juan, Puerto Rico, shares with us key insights from his remarkable career in hospitality: A truly inspiring story of a professional who followed his ambitions and dreams while staying true to his convictions.
In this interview, hotel manager Nicolas Roucos of Inspira Santa Marta in Lisbon, Portugal, tells us why and how the four-star boutique accommodation put sustainability at the core of its business strategy and operations.
Turning 1,300 hotels in over 90 countries into a responsible, environmentally and socially sustainable business is a daunting task for anyone in the hospitality industry. In this interview, Inge Huijbrechts, Vice President Responsible Business of Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, tells us why she took on the challenge, which issues she has encountered, and how, with the help of the Green Key eco-label certification, the hotel group is benefiting from its commitment to sustainable tourism.