Radisson Hotel Group’s 2018 sustainability achievements

Radisson Hotel Group has released its 2018 sustainability report outlining its sustainability efforts with a page allocated to the work with Green Key and other eco-labels.

Radisson-2018SustainabilityReport-frontpage.jpg

In March 2018, Rezidor Hotel Group changed to Radisson Hotel Group with a new brand architecture. As part of that transformation, Radisson outlined their common vision, the beliefs and the behaviours that they are committed to. Radisson has decided on its 2022 targets that define how they care for their people, the communities and the planet.

By the end of 2018, 80% of the Radisson hotels in Europe, Middle East and Africa have an eco-label with Green Key being the biggest eco-label partner of Radisson Hotel Group.

Once again, the hotels in the Radisson Hotel Group were engaged in the annual Community Action Month in June, this time dedicated to SOS Children’s Villages (an organisation that provides food, shelter and a brighter future for at-risk children). Throughout 2018, the hotel teams have engaged passionately with their communities and contributed a total of €1 million in cash and in-kind, as well as dedicating more than 29,000 hours of volunteering time to local people and organisations.

In response to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the UK Modern Slavery Act, Radisson Hotel Group continues to support human rights, business ethics, and diversity in all their hotels globally.

In addition to the internal company-wide initiatives, Radisson Hotel Group work together with the wider travel and hospitality industry, participating in significant collaborative initiatives, such as the UN Global Compact and the UN CEO Water Mandate. Furthermore, as a member of the International Tourism Partnership (ITP), Radisson has built on its global commitment to focus on carbon, water, youth employment and human rights.

Radisson Hotel Group has created an overview of its Radisson’s Responsible Business programme outlining their main achievements:

Radisson-2018SustainabilityReport-results.jpg

The partnership between Green Key and Radisson Hotel Group is again this year highlighted in the Responsible Business Report, where a page is allocated to the hotel chain’s cooperation with eco-labels. By the end of 2018, 80% of the Radisson hotels in Europe, Middle East and Africa have an eco-label with Green Key being the biggest eco-label partner of Radisson Hotel Group.

Radisson-2018SustainabilityReport-Ecolabelspage.jpg

The full Responsible Business Report 2018 of the Radisson Hotel Group can be downloaded HERE.