Jones Lang LaSalle’s (JLL) new report ‘Implementing ESG in hospitality‘, gives a great overview on what needs to be done for hospitality owners to move towards a Net Zero Carbon (NZC) world.

Although commitment to sustainability is on the rise and more and more regulations are being put in place, there appears to be a lack of clarity on how to become more sustainable and reach NZC in the hospitality industry

Ultimately, all stakeholders are aware that sustainability risk is an investment risk and thus investors are beginning to ask two key questions:

– Where does the hotel sit from NZC standpoint/has an NZC assessment been performed?
– Does the hotel comply with local and regional sustainability legislation?

To learn more about tools like the Carbon Risk Real Estate Monitor (CRREM) or to read some good practise case studies by AccorInvest, Pro-invest Group or Pandox read the full ESG report here: https://bit.ly/3vP1lzL

Perkins&Will partners with EEA to help hospitality to reach net-zero

Perkins&Will appointed by Energy & Environment Alliance (EEA) to help reduce hospitality sector’s carbon footprint Partnership aims to define new BREEAM standards for the hospitality industry, BREEAM in Use Hospitality (BiUH) Refurbishment of hotels [...]