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Six Senses Is The First Hospitality Brand To Partner With The United States Coalition On Sustainability And SustainChain™

As part of an ambitious Plastic Free 2022 strategy to remove and avoid all virgin plastic materials from its hotel and spa operations, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is the first hospitality brand to collaborate with the United States Coalition on Sustainability and SustainChain™. This follows a partnership with the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative signed in 2020 to work with suppliers to seek safer alternatives and address the root causes of plastic pollution.
Tags: Travel, United States, United States Coalition, Global Tourism Plastics Initiative


Six Senses is the First Hospitality Brand to Partner with The United States Coalition on Sustainability and SustainChain™

As part of an ambitious Plastic Free 2022 strategy to remove and avoid all virgin plastic materials from its hotel and spa operations, Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is the first hospitality brand to collaborate with the United States Coalition on Sustainability and SustainChain™. This follows a partnership with the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative signed in 2020 to work with suppliers to seek safer alternatives and address the root causes of plastic pollution.
Tags: Travel, United States Coalition, Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, First Hospitality Brand


Global Tourism Plastics Initiative Welcomes 26 New Signatories

The Global Tourism Plastics Initiative has welcomed 26 new signatories, including businesses and organizations from every part of the global tourism value chain. Led by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the Initiative unites the tourism sector behind a common goal of addressing the root causes of plastic pollution.
Tags: Travel, World Tourism Organization UNWTO, United Nations Environment Programme UNEP, Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, Global Tourism Plastics Initiative Welcomes, New Signatories, Ellen MacArthur Foundation the Initiative


Six Senses Joins Global Tourism Plastics Initiative to Become Plastic Free by 2022

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is delighted to announce that it has become one of the first signatories of the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, led by the UN Environment Programme and UN World Tourism Organization, in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.Environmental and social responsibility is at the heart of the Six Senses. In a shared world of limited natural resources and fragile ecosystems, sustainability isn't a choice, it is the only choice. It demands doing what ...
Tags: Travel, UN World Tourism Organization, Neil Jacobs, UN Environment Programme, Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, Ellen MacArthur Foundation Environmental, Global Tourism Plastics Initiative Six Senses, Global Tourism Plastics


Tourism Sector to Continue Taking Action on Plastic Pollution

The ongoing pandemic has hit the tourism sector hard, putting more than 100 million jobs at risk. Now, as countries begin to recover and tourism restarts in a growing number of destinations, the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, led by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, has provided a plan of action for both public and private sector stakeholders to address the root causes of p...
Tags: Travel, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, World Tourism Organization UNWTO, United Nations Environment Programme UNEP, Global Tourism Plastics Initiative


Accor Commits To Global Elimination Of Single-Use Plastics In Guest Experience By 2022

As it advances its role as a responsible tourism provider locally and globally, Accor has committed to join the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative led by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Tourism Organization, in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
Tags: Travel, Accor, World Tourism Organization, United Nations Environment Programme UNEP, Global Tourism Plastics Initiative