Bespoke for the industry
Responsible for 7.6% of global GDP* and employing 295 million people** the travel and tourism sector has a powerful opportunity to leave a legacy of change and leadership across sustainable business. Join your peers to shape the future of the industry and our world.
Developed for the hospitality sector this course draws on the Energy and Environment Alliance's deep and detailed understanding of the sector and King's Business School's track record in sustainability research and high-quality executive education.
This course is unique in offering the only senior executive ESG programme designed explicitly for senior leaders in the hospitality sector, bringing together investors, operators and owners. Co-created with input from workshops conducted with your peers across the world, the programme covers the breadth and depth of topics most pertinent for senior executives grappling with sustainability challenges.
This course is developed and delivered in partnership with the Energy and Environment Alliance (EEA).
The EEA is a coalition of investors, developers, owners, operators, and asset managers of the global lodging industry, including hotels, apart hotels and serviced apartments.
It works to help transition the lodging industry to net zero carbon (NZC) and environmental, social and governance (ESG) compliance/leadership in a timely, scientifically robust, and commercially sustainable way.
Working with renowned experts, the EEA provides guidance and tools to enable its members to mitigate risk and maximise ESG related opportunities.
Representing the industry to global policy-makers and institutions, the EEA advocates intelligent regulation that will facilitate the sustainable development of the lodging sector globally.
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