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Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa Does Its Part to Help the Environment

Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa Does Its Part to Help the Environment

1 March 2010 Press Release Spa News

Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa is doing its part to keep the California coast clean and green. In conjunction with a multi-million dollar renovation project, the Dana Point hotel will continue to contribute with its green initiatives and make all environmental movement issues a priority with a number of tactics within the infrastructure of the resort.

Fairmont Going Dark for Earth Hour 2010

Fairmont Going Dark for Earth Hour 2010

26 February 2010 Press Release Hotel News

For the third consecutive year, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts will participate in Earth Hour, a global event organized by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to raise awareness about climate change. On Saturday March 27, 2010 at 8:30 p.m., all 60 of Fairmont’s landmark hotels and resorts around the planet will participate by turning off their lights for one hour.

Sani Resort Goes For Green in 2010

Sani Resort Goes For Green in 2010

9 February 2010 Press Release Hotel News

The Sani Resort, a three-generation family-owned resort in Halkidiki, is known for being one of the most luxurious holiday destinations in Greece. As well as offering superb accommodation, service and facilities, the resort is blessed with a stunning natural beauty which Sani wishes to protect and preserve.  Sani has pledged to work in a more sustainable way to benefit future generations as well as enhancing the holiday experience of its guests.

Low-cost carriers greener than full-service

Low-cost carriers greener than full-service

22 January 2010 Airline News

Ryanair has emerged as an unlikely model for sustainable travel in new research showing that low-cost carriers produce up to 35 percent less carbon emissions per passenger than their full-service counterparts, due to higher load factors and seat density, as well as newer fleets.

Sheraton Gateway LAX Hotel Earns Green Seal Certification

Sheraton Gateway LAX Hotel Earns Green Seal Certification

21 January 2010 Press Release Hotel News

Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Airport Hotel has achieved Green Seal , Inc.‘s Bronze Level certification under the GS-33 Lodging Standard, making the hotel one of only nine within the state of California with Green Seal certification status.